14 November 2022 will go down in history as the day Lamborghini shared photos of its last production car powered exclusively by a petrol engine. Ahead of its public debut at Art Basel in Miami on 30 November, the Huracan Sterrato shows fully revealing images of its exterior design. As expected, it doesn’t differ much from the concept of the same name unveiled in June 2019. The supercar’s unladen V10 retains the massive body cladding on the front and rear wheel arches, as well as additional LED lights on the front bumper. It loses the roof-mounted light bar of the concept car before it, but is still more practical than the regular Huracan thanks to the Sterrato brand’s roof rails.
Also worth noting are the massive side skirts and underbody guards at the front and rear. This khaki colour is also new to the Huracan range and matches the red body accents that extend to the brake calipers. Lamborghini has deliberately left the fender extenders unpainted to create an off-road feel, although we wouldn’t be surprised if there was an option to have them painted in body colour.
The Huracan Sterrato will come exclusively with all-wheel drive. The concept was 47mm taller and had 30mm wider front and rear tracks. In addition, Lamborghini has improved the entry angle by 1 degree and the exit angle by 6.5%.
From 2023, all Lamborghini product launches will be electrified to some degree, and by 2028 Sant’Agata Bolognese plans to introduce its first electric car with 2+2 wheel configuration, two doors and raised suspension