Lamborghini have unveiled the newest addition to the Huracán brotherhood in the form of the Sterrato, with the covers coming off at the Art Basel, in Miami Beach, Florida.
The Sterrato is the first factory super sports car able to tackle the roads less paved, with the new model described by Lamborghini chairman and CEO Stephan Winkelmann as bold and unconventional.
“With the Sterrato we are breaking new ground in driving sensations.”
The Huracán Sterrato offers optimised driving dynamics for perfect control in all environments, from highway to dirt roads.
Featuring an updated version of the Lamborghini integrated vehicle dynamics system, the new model sees the introduction of Rally mode, joining Spor6 and Strada to take things next level.
The exterior instantly gives off some Death Race (the movie) vibes, with the Sterrato looking ready to go into battle, thanks to a raised ride height (up 44mm) and wider front and rear track (30mm and 34mm respectively).
With muscular, reinforced sills, aluminium front underbody protection and wheel arches, combined with the classic air intake on top of the engine at the rear, you know this thing means business when it comes to off road play.
The engine still carries the same specs as the EVO with 455kW of power and 560Nm of torque, mated with a seven-speed dual clutch transmission and a mechanical self-locking rear differential.
You will still get from 0-100 in 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 250km/h. You will however find smaller rims on the Sterrato to better accommodate the more hardcore tyres needed for off road use.
At launch, those are 19-inch rims, wrapped in an custom engineered Bridgestone Dueler AT002 tyres, with a 235mm-grip patch at the front and 285mm at the rear. The tyre is designed to match the car’s new DNA, and provide balance between off-road performance and tarmac excellence.
The interior carries an exclusive Alcantara Verde Sterrato upholstery package and the on-board computers feature new graphics and special driving features for off road use.
This includes a digital inclinometer with pitch and roll, a compass, geographic coordinate indicator and steering angle indicator. Amazon Alexa is also on board to help control features like air con and lighting.
The UNICA app from Lamborghini also allows you to activate settings on the car and monitor the vehicle itself. You can also hook up your Apple watch to keep track of your heart rate too.
There are more than 350 external colour choices for your Sterrato and 60 interior options. Production starts February 2023 and is limited to just 1499 units worldwide.