Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato, the spy video of the raised “Lambo”

Lamborghini has been working on (at least) a special version of the Huracan which will accompany the farewell to the supercar expected in 2024. The variant Dirt it is one of the most anticipated models of the next few months as it will bring with it a look and an attitude that is unprecedented among all the “Lambos” ever produced.

The Huracan for the “off-road” has already been anticipated by a teaser and, judging by this new spy video by Varryxthe debut of the production model is getting closer and closer.

Ready for any terrain

Filming took place near the Sant’Agata Bolognese headquarters and leaves no room for doubt about the supercar. Even if it is hidden by an original wrapping, the Lamborghini is clearly a Huracan. The set-up, however, is one of those never seen before and confirms what was observed in the previous spy photos and videos.

The Huracan Sterrato will have new suspension to increase ground clearance by 47 mm and to accommodate larger tires (at least 20 ”) and with off-road-oriented performance. The look will also change, with a new grille and larger air intakes, in addition to aluminum guards.

The V10 does not change

Under the skin, the Lamborghini should keep its 5.2 V10 yes 640 CV, while the entire drive system could be revised to ensure maximum effectiveness in off-road conditions. In this regard, we are expecting some news for all-wheel drive and Torque Vectoring.

The Huracan could also receive new driving modes, while the performance could be slightly lower than the “normal” variants. The new wheels and the raised suspension, in fact, should penalize the 0-100 km / h sprint and the maximum speed, even if the emotions will remain those typical of a Lamborghini.

Finally, the rumors of the past few months cited one possible limited production of about 500-1000 pieces. All that remains is to wait for official news on the debut, which could take place as early as 2022.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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