Lamborghini Huracan is indeed the most-selling and popular Lamborghini, that is loved by everyone. Back in June 2019, the Italian Marque marked its intentions of a more adventurous Huracan by unveiling the Sterrato concept. And the reports didn’t take long about a potential production version, and the rumors became solid early this year when spy shots caught the high-stance supercar undergoing testing. The teaser video features a car vs bike duel à la Top Gear of yesteryear. And hence, the concept’s name will be used over for the production model. (Source: Motor1)
The Huracan features roof rails and hefty ground clearance for tackling bumpy roads. Also, the plastic body cladding tacked onto the fenders is hard to miss, giving the Italian a more aggressive and rugged look. The extra lights at the roof scoop and front make the Sterrato eye-catching and flashy. The video shows that the underbody is a well-protected underbody for handling rough terrain better. The side air intakes, bumpers, and rear louvers are also redesigned and reshaped. Expect a recalibrated AWD system and a hardened suspension.
The Sterrato floats or “hikes” on 1.85 inches higher on 20-inch bespoke wheels. The Sterrato concept is based on the Huracan Evo and its 640 hp V10, mated with AWD, torque vectoring, and all-wheel steering. This model will follow the road-going Tecnica and the track-only GT3 EVO2 and could very well highlight Huracan’s lineup. Lamborghini has already confirmed a plug-in hybrid based around an ICE with more than six cylinders as a replacement.