Sunday, March 3, 2024

First Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato on the Road

On November 30, the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato will make its public debut at Art Basel in Miami, Florida. The latest proof that the business is content to show the exterior without any camouflage is this video. Instead of press images like the ones below, the clip gives us a better idea of how the new model appears in the real world.

The ride height of the Huracan Sterrato will be raised, and its body will be tougher. The marketing for Lamborghini implies that owners can drive it off-road. However, we ponder how many owners of this Lamborghini with a limited production actually do that.

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The Huracan looks ready to get dirty thanks to the upgraded body’s various parts. Two LED light bars can be seen on the nose. There is also a roof rack that can be used to secure equipment. The back of the roof has a scoop. Large fender flares are added to the sides, and the side sills also receive additional protection. High-mounted exhaust pipes and an altered rear bumper design appear to improve the departure angle.

The Sterrato has Bridgestone Dueler tyres for better off-road traction.

The Lamborghini Sterrato will be the last model without any kind of electrification in the drivetrain. It will make use of a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine. The output of the engine is still a mystery. All indications point to the model having all-wheel drive to match the car’s rugged intentions.

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In June 2019, the Sterrato concept made its public debut. It had an increased ride height of 1.85 inches (47 millimetres) over stock. Additionally, Lamborghini added 1.18 inches (30 millimetres) to the front and rear tracks to widen them. Rear skid plates, underbody reinforcements, and rear wheel steering were all added by the manufacturer. There were light bars on the roof and nose.

The arrival of the production Sterrato coincides with that of the Porsche 911 Dakar. Both models modify an existing performance car for off-road use. The model is 8.13 millimetres (3.2 inches) taller than the standard height. A twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six engine with 473 horsepower provides power. With a $223,450 starting price, the Porsche is quite expensive.


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