Top Gear takes the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato on a first drive

Top Gear takes the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato on a first drive


The Lamborghini Huracán was launched again in 2014, in order that’s about 9 years in the past, because the LP610-4, and as a successor to the profitable Lamborghini Gallardo, the primary V10-powered supercar from Sant’Agata, the Huracán had some huge footwear to fill, however it managed ever so properly, a extra ‘usable’ and cheaper Raging Bull in comparison with the flagship V12 Aventador, the Huracán shortly turned a gross sales success, add a Spyder afterward, enhance output by a stronger Huracán Performante and also you’ve bought a tremendous V10 lineup made in Sant’Agata.

After which we get to the mid-life replace, which Lamborghini merely known as the Huracán EVO, and EVO RWD for the rear-wheel-drive solely model, each out there as a closed Coupe and as a convertible Spyder and whereas all of us had been anticipating a Huracán EVO Spyder, Automobili Lamborghini SpA went utterly loopy and revealed the Huracán STO, for Tremendous Trofeo Omologata, the street-legal model of the all-out Tremendous Trofeo race automotive that has been competing on this single make championship across the globe for years now … however then we get to 2023, and it’s about time to interchange the Huracán with a hybrid successor … however not earlier than Lamborghini makes a number of specials to mark the top of the inner combustion engine solely V10 reign, so we get the Huracán Tecnica, which is the truth is a toned-down STO … however all of these completely different Huracán fashions are nonetheless low-riding supercars.

Front angled shot of a green Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica on a race track.
The Huracan is one among Lamborghini’s most profitable fashions. Picture Through: AutoTrader

Till Lamborghini reveals the Huracán Sterrato, a lifted, off-road model of the profitable V10 mannequin, and whereas the Sterrato has been ‘teased’ for a very long time already, it’s now lastly prepared for the dynamic launch, and each press and influencers have been capable of get behind the wheel of this relatively particular Lamborghini V10, as did Jack Rix, an editor at Prime Gear journal, that is his ‘First Drive’ video of that event:



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