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Video: take a closer look at the V10-engined Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato

A special-stage Lambo that might just be *perfect*. Here's why

Published: 02 Dec 2022
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Welcome to the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato, a rally-ready raging bull that could very well be the greatest Huracán ever. To make it capable off-road Lamborghini has added reinforced bumpers and side skirts, all-terrain tyres, skidplates, an inlet scoop at the top of the rear windscreen, chunky bolt-on wheelarches and increased the ride height by 44mm over a standard Evo.

The engine itself is - as expected - a 5.2-litre naturally-aspirated V10 as per the standard Huracán RWD, meaning an easy and reliable 600bhp and 413lb ft of torque, with a redline at 8,700rpm. There’s a dedicated engine tune for Sterrato, but seeing as that maximum torque figure isn’t achieved until six-and-a-half-grand, you’ll still have to rev it. Not usually a problem, seeing as that V10 at above 8,500rpm should be registered as an aural national treasure.

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