There’s lots to like about the Lamborghini Huracán. Its powerful V10 engine provides world-class performance and emits a one-of-a-kind sound that only a handful of cars around the world have ever replicated, with only a select few left in production today. Performance-oriented engineering and lightweight construction make it a competent machine on the track, while bold style and luxury appointments make it a car that’s enjoyable every day. However, Lamborghini recently showed off unprecedented potential through the Huracán Sterrato: an off-road capable Huracán.
The Sterrato boasts lifted suspension, dirt-ready tires, and general ability to take on off-road surfaces that no Huracán model has ever done before. However, only 1,499 Lamborghini Huracán Sterratos will be made, making it an exclusive opportunity and a unique driving experience in the supercar world. While it’s not easy to find one, duPont REGISTRY is the place to look, being the source for supercars since 1985, and with a specialty in luxury and exotic cars. Lamborghini’s new off-road supercar is one for the books, and it should be one for your garage, as well.
What are the special features of the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato’s LDVI system?
The Huracán Sterrato is equipped with an updated version of the LDVI (Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics) system. This includes specific STRADA and SPORT calibrations and introduces the RALLY mode for low-grip conditions for the first time in the Huracán line.
What does the term “Sterrato” mean?
Sterrato is an Italian term that translates to “dirt road” in English, highlighting the car’s all-terrain capabilities.
How does the Sterrato compare to the standard Huracán?
The Huracán Sterrato uses large tires, lifted suspension, and advanced systems tuned for off-road performance to bring the Huracán’s V10 supercar performance off of just the asphalt, transforming it into an off-road-ready machine.