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Lamborghini Teases Off-Road Huracan

Lamborghini teases a new tall Huracan, ready to tackle the trail

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Lamborghini has just teased its latest supercar. Or is this one a super SUV? We’re not entirely sure, because the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is something completely different.

Lambo first showed off the Sterrato concept back in 2019. Sterrato, which is Italian for “dirt” was the name it used for a rally-inspired concept car version of the Huracan meant for tackling roads no Huracan had dared before.

Like an Italian version of the Subaru Outback, the concept took a Huracan EVO and its 640 horse, 5.2L V10 and then lifted it. Fender flares, cladding, and off-road tires, with an all-wheel drive system tuned for dirt roads instead of the race track.

The video, called Beyond the Concrete, shows a wrapped Sterrato headed cross-country after a mountain biker.

It gives us new details about the Sterrato, which gets a roof rack as well as beefy LED off-road lights in the nose.

In a couple of frames and one of Lamborghini’s stills, you can see the lowest-profile Bridgestone Dueler off-road tires we’ve ever seen. Likely a custom size and model for the company, they’ll need to be on point to handle the exotic’s power and torque on rough surfaces.

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is expected to be fully revealed by the end of the year. No pricing, and no delivery times, but expect it to be somewhere north of a Huracan Evo and sometime in 2023. This could well be the final form of the Huracan before the now-aging model is replaced with an all-new smaller Lamborghini.


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