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The Initial Specifications For Lamborghini Huracan Strerrato Are Now Available

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Recently, Lamborghini showcased the Huracan Sterrato – a supercar geared towards off-road adventures. Now, an uncovered production model has been sighted on the road for the first time.

As always, Varryx presents the first pictures of the Huracan Sterrato captured outside the Lamborghini facility. This specific vehicle comes in a matte green finish adorned with black and red stickers. It is equipped with gold shield plates on the front and rear bumpers, along with similar protective plates on the sides. The off-road outfit includes widened fenders, LED extra lights, rooftop rails, and a rooftop scoop.

The Huracan Sterrato is crafted to serve as a supercar that can conquer all types of terrain. The elevated suspension height is set to enhance its capability to navigate various landscapes. It is anticipated to be driven by the identical 5.2-liter V10 engine found in the standard Huracan. Furthermore, it will mark the concluding model to utilize the naturally aspirated engine.

Porsche has also produced a comparable all-terrain sports vehicle. The 911 Dakar is developed on the foundation of the Carrera 4 GTS. Differing from Lamborghini, it is propelled by a twin-turbo flat-6 engine generating 473 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. Only a limited batch of 2,500 models will be manufactured, with each priced at $220,000.

Image Source: Teddy Leung / Shutterstock

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