Back in 2019, Lamborghini debuted the Huracán Sterrato as an off-road concept featuring the same 631-hp V-10 engine as the original Huracán, and later announced that there was a chance it would be turned into a limited production offering. The concept featured many dirt-focused items including a raised ride height, larger profile off-road tyres, wide fender flares, and LED bars mounted to the front end and roof rack.
Somewhat surprisingly, Lamborghini has come good on their promise and we now have a production version of the Sterrato (which means “dirt road” in Italian), stripped off of any livery or camouflage and presented in a slightly more muted shade. The roof rack on the concept car has gone, but the lifted ground clearance, flared fenders, prominent side skirts, and LED lights on the hood are still here. As the very first all-terrain Lamborghini sports car with a V10 engine and all-wheel drive, this is something genuinely different for the famous Italian manufacturer.
The production version of Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato will be fully unveiled on 30th November at Art Basel Miami. Until then, check out this new teaser video below.