Lamborghini markets the Huracan Sterrato as an off-road-capable version of its supercar. This video shows how much abuse the model can take, including a big jump.
The first challenge is taking the Sterrato to a rock quarry in the United Kingdom that's open to off-road vehicles. The terrain is too rugged for the Huracan. Rocks bend the lower fascia, and the uneven ground causes the car to lift a wheel in the air. The driver realises this place is too much for the Lamborghini and goes elsewhere.
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Next, the owner discovers what happens if you pull the electronic parking brake while driving. It turns out the Sterrato comes to a stop. The guy also does an off-road J-turn in the rugged Huracan and figure 8s around barrels.
This guy has access to a dirt course and takes the Lamborghini for a few laps. This is what the Sterrato is supposed to do. The supercar does a great job of handling this terrain.
The jump is the final stunt and is the most impressive one. The Sterrato goes far into the air and covers quite a distance. Despite landing at a steep angle, it doesn't seem like the car incurs any severe damage
Lamborghini is only making 1,499 units of the Sterrato, and they have a base price of £232,820. The model has a 44 millimetre (1.7-inch) suspension lift compared to the Huracan Evo. The track is 30 mm (1.2 in) wider in front and 33 mm (1.3 in) broader at the rear. It rides on a unique version of the Bridgestone Dueler AT002 all-terrain run-flat tyres. Power comes from a 5.2-litre V10 making 602 bhp and 413 pound-feet, and there's a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The automaker claims the model reaches 62 miles per hour in 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 162 mph.
Find out what we think about driving the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato in the video below: