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Lamborghini Finally Reveals Its Production-Ready Huracán Sterrato Off-Road Supercar

Photos: Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Over the summer of 2019, Lamborghini pulled the cover off of its Sterrato Off-Road Supercar Concept — a one-of-one, rally-spec take on the Huracán. After generating an enormous amount of hype — and prompting a slew of inquiries from interested customers — the Raging Bull would eventually announce that the rally-ready supercar would be entering limited production within the next few years. And after treating the public to its first images of the camo-clad Sterrato back in July and then dropping another teaser in September, Lamborghini has now finally revealed photos of the production-ready adventure model. 

Photo: Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Coming on the heels of Porsche releasing the first official images of its own 911-based off-road-ready supercar, the production-ready version of the Sterrato-spec Huracán looks remarkably similar to the specimens shown in the model’s multiple teaser campaigns. This includes sporting the prototypes’ lifted suspension package, off-road wheels and tires, roof-rack system, flared composite fenders and protected side skirts, undercarriage protection, roof scoop, and pair of hood-embedded LED light bars. The forthcoming Sterrato variant also retains the regular Huracán’s high-mounted, central-exiting exhaust setup, which bookends the supercar’s rear license plate bracket and remains up, out of the way, and protected from any off-road obstacles. 

Photo: Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

While no information has been given on exact specs, Lamborghini has touted the upcoming supercar as being the “first all-terrain super sports car with (a) V-10 engine and all-wheel drive.” Replacing the camouflage liveries seen on the prototype models is a military-inspired matte OD green paint job — though it remains to be seen if this safari-kitted Huracán will be offered in additional livery options. 

Photo: Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

While Lamborghini has yet to reveal production numbers, pricing, full specs, or availability, the brand has announced that the 2024 Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato Off-Road Supercar will see its grand unveiling at the Art Basel in Miami, on November 30 — at which time an MSRP and a full spec sheet are expected to be revealed.