The Huracan Sterrato Is A V10 Lamborghini For Dirt Tracks
The Sterrato gets raised suspension and an exclusive Rally mode to handle the rough stuff
Lamborghini has launched the Huracan Sterrato in India at a whopping Rs 4.61 crore (ex-showroom) price tag. Bookings are underway with deliveries slated for the third quarter of 2023, basically the end of next year.
Here are some key and interesting things to know about it:
No More Scraping!
Compared with the Huracan Evo, the suspension in the Sterrato has been lifted by 44mm and the front and rear tracks have been widened by 30mm and 44mm, respectively. It offers the sportscar experience with Urus levels of peace-of-mind while driving on bumpy terrain.
The Sterrato also gets aluminium underbody protection along with reinforced sills, a new rear diffuser and adaptive dampers. The Sterrato runs on new 19-inch alloy wheels with Bridgestone Dueler AT002 all-terrain run-flat tyres, which will allow the car to run for 80km at a top speed of 80kmph in the case of a puncture. With this, the Sterrato can carry serious pace on gravel and dirt roads.
Rally-ready Mechanical Upgrades
Powering the Huracan Sterrato is a 5.2-litre V10 engine, which makes up to 610PS and 560Nm. It gets an electronically controlled all-wheel-drive system with rear mechanical self-locking differential for more grip on loose surfaces. It can sprint from nought to 100kmph in 3.4 seconds and can reach a top speed of 260kmph, which is a bit slower than the Huracan Evo’s 326kmph.
The Huracan Evo’s Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics (LDVI) system has been updated with calibration changes made to Strada’ and ‘Sport’ driving modes. Thanks to the update, there’s an exclusive ‘Rally’ mode as well, which is a feature borrowed from the Urus Performante.
The Sterrato definitely looks like a buffed up Huracan, flaunting several exclusive ‘off-road-friendly’ visual elements. The raised stance gives it an aggressive look. It gets LED auxiliary lights mounted just below the bonnet line and a reinforced stone guard.
In profile, there are chunkier sidewalls, flared wheel arches to house the new wheels, and beefier side skirts. It even gets roof rails and a roof scoop to complete its off-road look.
Inside, the layout of the Sterrato remains largely the same as the Evo, save for certain additions like new ‘Sterrato’ graphics to the touchscreen system and driver’s display, a compass, steering angle indicator and a digital inclinometer. The seats are upholstered in Alcantara Verde Sterrato, which is another exclusive highlight of the rally-ready sportscar.
Inside the cabin, the layout of the Sterrato remains largely unchanged save for certain additions like new ‘Sterrato’ graphics for the touchscreen system and driver’s display, a compass, steering angle indicator, and a digital incinometer. The seats are covered in Alcantara Verde Sterrato, which is another exclusive highlight of the sportscar.
Only For The Limited Elite!
Lamborghini is selling only 1,499 examples of the Huracan Sterrato worldwide. So, you’d best hurry to put your name down for one while also readying the nearly Rs 5 crore you’d need to get the keys. The only rival for the Sterrato is the Porsche’s 911 Dakar edition, but that one has not been confirmed for our shores.
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