Lamborghini’s Sterrato gets nature-inspired makeover with four limited-edition camo liveries

Lamborghini is back with a new surprise.
  • Lamborghini has unveiled a special edition of its Sterrato model
  • Sterrato was first introduced as a concept in 2019
  • This limited-run series features 12 exclusive cars

Published on Apr 25, 2024 at 2:06PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 25, 2024 at 6:58PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood
New Lamborghinis Sterrato

Lamborghini has unveiled a special edition of its Sterrato model at Milan Design Week.

But the cars have a unique twist – they have nature-inspired designs.

This limited-run series, featuring 12 exclusive cars, showcases four distinct camo liveries that pay homage to different terrains where the Sterrato excels.

READ MORE: Watch the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato drive down a ski slope like it’s nothing

Seems like nature-inspired designs are in trend these days. Just recently, Rolls Royce also introduced the ‘Spirit of Expression’ series at the Beijing Motor Show.

Back to Sterrato, it was first introduced as a concept in 2019, combining the power of a super sports car with off-road capabilities.

It’s a versatile choice for adventurous drivers!

Now, with the All-Terrain special series, Lamborghini takes this concept a step further by infusing each car with the essence of nature.

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann compared the Sterrato to nature, saying it can find new ways to drive, just like nature always finds new paths.

Each car in the series is a reflection of specific environments, from snowy landscapes to sandy deserts and lush forests.

Lamborghini is ruling the supercar world with its new editions.

Just recently, they unveiled the Lamborghini STJ, and now the new Sterrato with a camouflage design.

The exterior design of the Sterrato is just pure beauty.

With matt camouflage paint schemes and unique accents, each car stands out as a symbol of elegance.

Inside, the Sterrato offers a luxurious yet sporty ambiance.

Dark chrome and carbon twill accents, combined with Alcantara upholstery, create an inviting atmosphere for drivers.

Special lasered graphics and ‘Ad Personam’ plates further distinguish these limited-edition models.

During the unveiling event at Milan Design Week, guests were treated to a culinary experience inspired by the diverse terrains represented by the Sterrato.

From cool snowscapes to the heat of the desert, attendees enjoyed a feast for the senses.

All 12 cars are already spoken for by eager clients across the globe.

Cars like Sterrato and Lamborghini Urus with two doors demonstrate that Lamborghini will always remain a favorite among drivers and collectors.

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