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NewsLamborghini Huracan Retires With STJ Trackday Special

Lamborghini Huracan Retires With STJ Trackday Special

Huracan leaves the ring with a firework

  • Fully adjustable shocks

  • 631 hp STO V10

We thought the Sterrato was the last kick at the can for the Lamborghini Huracan, but we were wrong. This is: The Lamborghini Huracan STJ. The last of the V10s and the last of the Huracan line, limited to just 10 copies.

Lamborghini starts the STJ with the STO and its 631 hp, 417 lb-ft version of the company’s 5.2L V10. It will get the same rear-drive and seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.

But there are changes, starting with the suspension. The STJ gets four adjustable shocks instead of the standard active dampers. The new shocks are “racing derived” and allow for individual adjustment of rebound and compression at both low and high speeds. They’re ready for race track adjustments, though you’ll want a pro to set them up.

The STJ will get special 20-inch Bridgestone Potenza race rubber, too, installed on single-bolt wheels.

Along with a new aero package developed by Lamborghini Squadra Corse, which includes a steeper rear wing and two all-new carbon fibre flics, the Huracan STJ is more than a second quicker around the Nardo test center handling track than the Huracan STO.

There will be two liveries on offer, designed by the company’s Centro Stile. The first is grey bodywork with a black roof and red and white details, while the second is the Blue Eliadi you see in the lead photo. Each one gets a numbered carbon plate.

All 10 are, of course, already sold. They’re also meant for track use only. But they’re definitely pretty cool.


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