Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato, the 4 × 4 supercar

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato, the 4 × 4 supercar

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato

Lamborghini arrives from an amazing 2021 in which it recorded crazy numbers in terms of sales, and 2022 promises to be equally challenging: in fact, 4 models will arrive, including two different Huracan models, the Huracan Tecnica and the Huracan Sterrato; after having been able to spy on the Dirt road, albeit covered by camouflage to hide its definitive line, today we have the first unofficial images that reveal the model ready for production.

Compared to the images seen previously, the bar to LED positioned on the car roof, and the splitter integrated in the lower part of the front bumper has been redesigned in its final form. The first images in concept form date back to 2019, and now finally the Huracan Sterrato seems ready to give life to the new course of off-road supercars, thanks to a raised set-up and a more aggressive style.

Among the details that help to make the car more suitable for off-road use there are undoubtedly the protections on the 4 wheel arches: in the forklift version we have seen them of one type, while now they have been redesigned and fixed with left screws on sight, for a more typical style for an off-road vehicle. It is difficult to understand now what the definitive version will be, but we have no doubts that this particular version of the Huracan will be capable of enjoying good success. The print run will be limited, also because the company's plans are to stop production of the Huracan as early as 2024.

The price of the Huracan Sterrato has not yet been revealed, but we expect a figure of around 240,000 euros.

Is This The New Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Off-Roader Before We’re Supposed To See It?

It has long been known that the Huracan Sterrato concept was more than just a simple flight of fancy for Lamborghini, but a new picture snapped inside a mysterious location may show the pre-production vehicle fully uncovered.

Shared by Cochespias on Instagram, the photo shows a thoroughly reworked version of the Lamborghini Huracan featuring many off-road-ready modifications that look like they come straight from the Sterrato concept and the prototype that has previously been caught testing on public roads.

The hexagonal rally lights on the nose of the car, just above the grille, for instance, are exactly like the ones seen in digital imagery of the Huracan Sterrato shared by the Italian automaker. The side signal light on the front fender is also exactly where Lamborghini said it would be and, of course, there is the Sterrato lettering on the door.

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Unlike the concept, there is no light bar on the roof, though that was missing on prototypes previously caught winter testing, too. Indeed, the thinner roof bars and the hood scoop both look quite a bit like those seen on that car.

The fitment of the lower intake and its interaction with the rear wheel well appears to be a little unpolished in this image, though. That said, it does, again, bear a resemblance to the concept car.

One of the prototypes of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato that we’ve spied over of the past year

Much like the rest of its stablemates, the Huracan Sterrato is expected to be powered by a naturally-aspirated, 5.2-liter V10. The engine currently produces up to 631 hp (471 kW/640 PS) in the AWD Huracán Evo.

As with all pictures that crop up on the internet, it is likely wise to look at this photo with a degree of skepticism. Lamborghini is expected, though, to officially reveal the Huracan Sterrato this year.


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Lead image Cochespias / Instagram