We’ve seen spy shots of the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato, but until now details about the company’s first off-road supercar have been scarce.
Now the Huracán Sterrato has made its public debut at Art Basel, Miami Beach, and all the specs have finally been revealed.
Details have now emerged as to what is under this Lamborghini‘s hood – a 5.2-liter V10 engine with a maximum output of 602hp and 560Nm of torque.
That monster of an engine is combined with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
That’s in addition to electronically controlled all-wheel drive with rear mechanical self-locking differential.
Well worth the wait.
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Offering optimum performance on unpaved and sandy surfaces, the Huracán Sterrato will accelerate from 0 to 100km/h (62mph) in 3.4 seconds.
It’ll go on to reach a top speed of 260 km /h (160mph), too.
A supercar with that much power and potential needs some serious stopping power.
That’s why it’s been fitted with brakes with aluminum fixed monoblock calipers with six pistons (front) and four pistons (rear).
Oh, and it’s got ventilated and cross-drilled carbon-ceramic discs, too.
The 19″ rims wrapped in custom-engineered Bridgestone Dueler AT002 tires which incorporate run-flat technology.
Just looking at the Sterrato, it’s far from your average Huracán.
That’s because the crossover supercar has had its ground clearance increased by 44mm compared with the Huracán EVO to ensure greater suspension travel.
Front (+30mm) and rear (+34mm) track widths have been increased, too.
Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato price
A limited-run production of 1,499 units will start in February 2023, although Lamborghini has yet to reveal a price for the Huracán Sterrato.
Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato specs
- Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato price is currently unknown
- Engine: 5.2-liter V10
- The Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato makes 602hp and 560Nm
- Transmission: all-wheel drive with seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission
- Raised suspension compared to Huracán EVO (44mm)
- 19-inch wheels with ventilated and cross-drilled carbon-ceramic discs