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All You Need To Know About The Lamborghini Huracan STJ

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Automobili Lamborghini SpA still has surprises in store for their Huracán range. The final units of the Huracan STO, Huracan Tecnica, and the unique Huracan Sterrato are in production. While the status of the Huracan EVO is uncertain, sightings of the EVO Spyder hint at ongoing developments. Ordering any of these Lamborghini V10 models has been unavailable for some time, as production is fully booked. Or is it?

Lamborghini has recently trademarked the Huracan STJ, hinting at a new addition to the lineup. The STJ may signify Super Trofeo Jota, suggesting a more track-focused variant of the Huracan STO. While some speculate that the Huracan STJ could be designed exclusively for track use, it’s more likely to cater to a wider audience. If it were track-only, it might be named the SCV10, following the footsteps of the SCV12 Essenza based on the Aventador.

The Huracan STJ is anticipated to be a limited-production variant of the Huracan STO. It draws inspiration from the Super Trofeo EVO2 racecar. While it’s unlikely to see a power increase beyond the 640 hp of the STO, there might be a possibility of a slight bump to around 650hp. The focus is more on introducing wild aerodynamics features to the Huracan STJ edition.

Car manufacturers have a history of transforming track-only cars into street-legal flagship models. For instance, Ferrari introduced the SF90 XX Stradale, which was previously limited to non-street-legal XX models. Similarly, the new Huracan STJ is expected to follow suit, becoming a street-legal adaptation of the Super Trofeo EVO2 car, akin to how the STO was the open-road version of the Huracan Super Trofeo.

This trend of street-legal track-oriented cars can be observed in various models, marking a shift towards blending the performance and thrill of track cars with the practicality of street-legal vehicles.

There is curiosity surrounding the trademark application for the Lamborghini Huracan STJ amid expectations of the successor’s release, featuring a V8, likely twin-turbo, and hybrid configuration. Despite the Huracan production being sold out, the introduction of a ‘special’ model based on the current NA V10 platform raises questions about potential delays with the successor.

Anticipation grows for the release of the Lamborghini Huracan STJ, the Super Trofeo Jota edition, speculated to be the final variant of this successful model. Imaginations run wild about the design of this road race car, potentially limited to just 100 units reminiscent of the Aventador Ultimae edition. Enthusiasts eagerly await official news on this model, expected to be popular among collectors with the possibility of a quick sell-out once released.

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