The Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato is more than just a Huracán with a fancy name: it is a proper off-roader.
We can clearly see that in the latest clip shared by Lamborghini.
The Sterrato seems right at home driving down a ski slope in Italy.
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Under the hood of the Sterrato, you’ll find the same 5.2-liter V10 that powers the standard Huracán, delivering 602 horsepower and 417 lb-ft of torque.
The top speed is rated at ‘just’ 162 mph (260 km/h), but it can do that on any surface.
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And the tires can handle it, too.
This is because Lambo teamed up with Bridgestone to create a special set of wheels specifically for this car.
So the engine is the same but Lambo made a few changes to the rest of the car.
The ground clearance was increased by 47 mm (2 inches) and the wheel track is also increased.
In addition to this, the Sterrato is fitted with new body fender flares, a reinforced frame and new skidpads.
It also has new fog lights and a roof rack for bonus style points.
More to the point, Lambo tweaked the Sterrato’s all-wheel drive system to make it off-road biased.
The system automatically monitors all four wheels to make sure there’s enough traction to pull through, and if there isn’t, it automatically adjusts torque delivery accordingly.
Everyone loves to use the expression ‘game changer’, but this car truly is.
For the first time since we can remember, this is both a supercar and an off-roader.
It looks and feels special.
And it’s made even more special by the additional 350 paint options that Lambo is offering.
Production is limited to 1,499 units, with pricing starting at $200,000.
As things stand, no other car brand has unveiled a matching rival for the Sterrato except for Porsche with the 911 Dakar.
The gauntlet has been thrown.