Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato recorded driving on the road without camouflage

The Lamborghini Huracan sterrato will debut on November 30 during Art Basel in Miami, Florida. However, a new video allows to visualize the model on the road.

This model will have a high ride height and a body more resistant. The marketing of the firm says that it can be carried off road, although it is unlikely that they will do so with a limited edition.

Said bodywork has parts that make the Huracan ready for get dirty. The nose has two LED light bars. Plus, there’s a roof rack as a place to strap down gear.

We must also mention the additional protection blade for the side sills, its modified rear bumper with high-mounted tailpipes and design that seems to provide a better departure angle. Traction is improved with tires Bridgestone Dueler.

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Sterrato will be the last Lamborghini without electrification in its powertrain. Its engine will be a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10, but the power is still unknown.

The Sterrato debuted as a concept in June 2019, at the time it had a ride height of 1.85” higher than original. Lamborghini also raised the front and rear height a bit (1.18 inches). Light bars were on the nose and roof.

It’s worth mentioning that the production Starrato arrives at the same time as the Porsche 911 Dakar. Both models take an existing performance vehicle and tune it up for off-road driving. The model is 3.2 inches (81.3 millimeters) taller than the original.

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