Lamborghini shows an off-road supercar concept
Luxury carmaker Lamborghini has come out with the Huracan Sterrato, a concept vehicle styled like a cross between its Urus SUV and a supercar. ‘Sterrato’ means ‘dirt road’ in Italian.
The company said it envisaged the vehicle as a modern re-imagination of the classical Lamborghini Mega Track. Build on the Huracan EVO chassis, it comes powered by a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine rated at 640 horsepower (477 kilowatts).
The car features an automatic control system called the Dinamica Veicolo Integrata, which controls suspension, AWD, torque distribution, and chassis with rear-wheel steering. It also offers custom chassis settings for rough roads.
Compared to the regular Huracan, the unique show car boasts extra ground clearance (+47 mm / 1.84 inches), a wider wheelspan (+30 mm / 1.2 inches), aluminum guard plates on the bottom and sides, carbon fiber moldings, and splash guards made of a mixture of elastic rubber and carbon fiber.
The cabin of the cross-country-capable supercar greets with aluminum-lined floors, carbon bucket seats with racing-grade safety belts, and a titanium roll cage.
Reporter Sergei Musa