Set to debut in December, the all-terrain Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato has been unveiled (at least its exterior) in several images released by Lamborghini. Spearheading a new “all-terrain supercar” segment, the Huracan Sterrato will also be the last Lamborghini to house a purely internal combustion engine (ICE) powertrain.
You’ve seen the various photos and videos of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato in camouflage, and now finally get to see the car with camouflage wrap peeled off. What seems to be new now is the rather high roof scoop that feeds air into the mid-mounted engine and a “Sterrato” graphic on the sides. All else has been pretty much shown in the camouflaged version of the car such as the wheel design, the wheel arch claddings, the front spotlight, and the roof rails.
Powering the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is the same V10 engine that comes from the Lamborghini Huracan EVO that it is based on. If nothing is changed, the Huracan Sterrato should make the same 610 hp (metric) and have an all-wheel drive (AWD) system.
With interior images and technical specs yet to be revealed, what is known about the Huracan Sterrato is its 47-mm ground clearance, 6.5% departure angle, increased approach angle, 30-mm wider track, and 20-inch wheels. It also has underbody reinforcements and a rear skid plate.
Automoboli Lamborghini has set its sight on full electrification of its lineup by 2024. In the most recent quarterly report, Automobili Lamborghini Chairman and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann said, “These consistently rising figures [sales] show just how strong Lamborghini is today. We have an order portfolio that already covers the first quarter of 2024, and this allows us to work with peace of mind, looking thoughtfully ahead to the challenges facing us in the future, such as the first step towards hybridization from 2023.”
The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Concept was first previewed in June 2019. The company has teased a “nameless” off-road Huracan in several videos in the previous few months as the “Sterrato” moniker was not confirmed yet. Just last week the company confirmed the debut of the off-road Huracan before the end of 2022, and now the Huracan Sterrato name is confirmed.