Tackling adventurous terrain aside from its Urus sibling, the all-new Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato presents an offroad-driven appearance that introduces a completely unique sector for the Italian supercar manufacturer. Since the Huracán Sterrato’s dramatic unveiling at Miami’s Art Basel week, Automobili Lamborghini decided to document its rigorous winter testing at an exclusive ski resort in the Italian Alps. Its permanent four-wheel drive and low center of gravity pose the perfect setup to tear up a winter wonderland. The Bianco Phanes and Grigio Telesto configuration captures the attention of avid skiers and vacationers while it makes its way up and down the mountain.
With an intuitive LDVI system (Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics) optimized for any surface grade, the Huracán Sterrato switches from road-driving modes to its special ‘rally’ setting to assure maximum performance in wintery conditions. Lamborghini’s elevated ride height and Bridgestone Dueler AT002 run-flat tire make it the perfect tow for freestyle skiers looking for extra speed to hit monstrous jumps. The Huracán Sterrato harnesses over 602 horsepower from Lamborghini’s mid-engine 5.2L Naturally-Apirated V10. Watch the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato tackle the slopes of the Italian Alps by clicking the link above.