Debuting its off-road capabilities with the introduction of the Urus super SUV, Lamborghini persisted in pushing the boundaries of Italian supercars by engineering the Huracán Sterrato as its adventurous counterpart.
Since the release of the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato, production on all 1,499 sold-out chassis are currently in production and awaiting delivery to anticipated new owners. Automobili Lamborghini is excited to continue testing the Huracán Sterrato's limits in the rugged Chuckwalla Desert during its newest YouTube episode of Off-Road Talk #01.
Behind the wheel of two rally-ready Huracán Sterratos, Lamborghini Director of Communications Tim Bravo and Head of Design Mitja Borkert discuss the advantages of reimagining the V10 supercar as an off-road beast.
Showcased in Arancio Borealis and Verde Turbine, the pairing gives insight into how customers are approaching the configuration process when designing their Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato. When asked whether they would rather drive the Sterrato on tarmac or dirt, both Lamborghini executives agree that the best location to experience the Huracán is in a rally-inspired environment.
With the performance of a track car and the off-road qualifications of a 4x4, the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato aims to pave a new way for Italian supercars. View all current Lamborghini Huracán examples for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.