2023 Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Can Take You Places With Speed!

With SUVs taking over the world, supercar makers developed super SUVs. The most-loved one in this regard certainly remains the Lamborghini Urus. It is practical, spacious, high-riding, and can take bad roads with four occupants. Sadly, the seating of the Lamborghini Urus is high, and it isn’t something that looks outlandish or like a stupid but fun idea of a rather curious designer. To fill the tick on the checklist of making a supercar that can go rallying, the Italian brand has now taken the veils of the 2023 Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato.

Damsels that can go hiking and come back without breaking a sweat. Well, that is the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato. It is a climber, sprinter, marathon runner and more with hiking shoes. To put things into perspective, the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato can go to all the passes of Ladakh and Spiti valley without scrubbing its belly. Yes, that almost rhymed, we know. Talking of some numbers, its track is now wider by 30 mm and 34 mm and front and rear, respectively, as opposed to a regular Huracan.

Besides, the underbelly sits an extra 44 millimetres above the ground. Just in case someone manages to scrape it, there’s additional aluminium protection underneath. The Huracan Sterrato gets reinforced sills as well. In a dusty environment, roof-mounted air intakes will serve the purpose of snorkels here to help the engine breathe fresh air.

To go rallying, a dedicated Rally mode is on offer, and new 19-inch rims are fixed here. These are a size smaller than the regular AWD model of the Huracan in order to accommodate tyres with chunkier side profiles. Tyres here come from Bridgestone. The Dueler AT002 rubber measures 235/40-R19 for the front rims and 285/40-R19 for the rear rims. For obvious reasons, these are run-flat tyres.

Talking performance, the motor is a 5.2L naturally-aspirated V10 power plant. It is tuned to push out 610 hp against 560 Nm. Transmission on duty is a 7-speed DCT. The combination can propel this high-riding, mid-size supercar to the 100 kmph mark from a standstill in only 3.4 seconds. The top whack is restricted at 260 kmph on the 2023 Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato.

To make the Sterrato look purposeful, Lamborghini has made changes to the exterior. Wider wheel arches are prominently visible, along with functional roof rails on the top. The Huracan, in its rally-spec avatar, also gets two auxiliary lamps on the front bumper. On the whole, it does look all set to go camping.