Future models are destined to turn into hybrids or electric cars

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato supercar will be shown next month, and it will be the brand’s last car with a non-electrified internal combustion engine. The two-door will be based on the 2019 concept of the same name. She will receive increased ground clearance, original calibration of control electronics and unique decor. The circulation of the all-terrain Sterrato is likely to be limited, but there is no official data yet.

The all-terrain Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato will debut at the Art Basel (Miami) contemporary art fair in early December. It will be the last car of the Italian brand with an internal combustion engine. More precisely, the internal combustion engine will continue to live on, but only as part of hybrid installations like on the Sian FKP 37 or Countach LPI 800-4.

Externally, Sterrato will be close to the concept of the same name, although the experimental Jarama Rally and Urraco Rally will act as the ideological inspirers of the supercar.

The parameters of the serial machine have not yet been disclosed, so you will have to focus on the prototype. He received a ground clearance increased by 47 millimeters and a track extended by 30 millimeters; approach and exit angles increased by one and 6.5 percent, respectively. In addition, the supercar got aluminum underbody protection and composite lining of the engine compartment and air intakes.

Since the Sterrato concept was built on the basis of the Huracan Evo, it was powered by a naturally aspirated V10 5.2 with a capacity of 640 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque. All supercar mechatronics have been recalibrated for off-road driving. New settings affected the operation of all-wheel drive, steering, suspension and, of course, the engine. It turned out to be something like a modern version of the Mega Track, which has already become a classic, although Lamborghini prefers to talk about Sterrato as the ancestor of a new segment.