Earlier this month, Lamborghini took the wraps off the Huracan Sterrato – an off-road-oriented supercar. Now, a completely undisguised production version has been spotted on the street for the first time.
As always, Varryx brings us the first images of the Huracan Sterrato from outside the Lamborghini factory. This particular car is finished in matte green paint with black and red decals. It also has gold skid plates on the front and rear bumpers and similar scuff plates on the sides. The off-road body kit also includes fender flares, LED auxiliary lights, roof rails and a roof scoop.
The Huracan Sterrato is designed to be an all-terrain supercar. The raised ride height should add to its go-anywhere ability. It is expected to be powered by the same 5.2-litre V10 engine as the standard Huracan. Also, it will be the final model to use the naturally aspirated motor.
Porsche has also built a similar all-terrain sports car. The 911 Dakar is based on the Carrera 4 GTS. Unlike the Lambo, it is powered by a twin-turbo flat-6 that develops 473 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. Only 2,500 examples will be built, each costing $220,000.