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Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato On The Road And Off Road Review

Image Source: lev radin @ShutterStock

Wondering whether a 610-hp off-road vehicle is necessary? Well, Lamborghini has shown that having that much power in a Raging Bull that can transition from smooth roads to dirt is a game-changer. First with their Super SUV, the Lamborghini Urus, which looks the part, but now they’ve introduced something truly wild: an off-road version of the Lamborghini Huracan, the V10-powered Baby Lamborghini, named the Sterrato, which means ‘dirt road’ in Italian.

Countless photos of this unique Bull and several video reviews all seem to conclude the same thing: this could be one of the most thrilling Lamborghinis on the market. It boasts supercar looks but comes with a raised suspension for added ground clearance, extra fender flares to protect the expensive paint job, and the option to fit it with factory all-terrain tires and a roof rack for a full-size spare tire. Additionally, a pair of LED lamps can be mounted on the front bumper, though this option may not be legal in some markets, in which case, only the black pods will be delivered to the dealership, allowing customers to fit the LED lights at their discretion.

Now some car enthusiasts may wonder why the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato exists. After all, if you want a supercar, you could get a low-riding Huracan EVO, Tecnica, or the STO version. If you prefer off-roading, you could opt for the Urus, which accommodates up to five people (or four depending on the rear seat option). However, the Huracan Sterrato is completely sold out, and only 1,499 units will be produced, making it a limited edition model. Moreover, the fact that there is now a Porsche 911 off-road version suggests that there is a market for such models.

Is the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato a must-have car? Watch an in-depth video review of this unique car by Harry’s garage on YouTube as he takes the latest V10 incarnation from Sant’Agata on a road trip, both on pavement and off-road onto wet grass. Let’s see what Harry thinks about this Italian oddity:

Image Source: lev radin @ShutterStock

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