, 2022-12-02 09:01:41,
(Motor Authority) — After teasing us for months, Lamborghini’s new Huracán Sterrato finally made its debut late on Tuesday during a special event at 2022 Art Basel in Miami.
The car is the production version of the Huracán Sterrato concept shown in 2019, and it’s confirmed as the last Lamborghini to feature a powertrain consisting solely of a gas engine. Starting with the Aventador successor due in 2023, which will be powered by a V-12 plug-in hybrid setup, every Lamborghini will feature some form of electrification. The automaker plans for its full lineup to consist only of electrified cars as early as 2024.
This should make the Huracán Sterrato particularly desirable in the eyes of collectors, especially considering Lamborghini is also limiting production to 1,499 units worldwide. Lamborghini hasn’t said how much of that tally will make it to the U.S.
Sterrato is the Italian word for “dirt road,” and this designation signifies the new Huracán variant as being ideal for rally-style dirt tracks and other rough surfaces. The car even has a Rally mode designed for high-speed driving in low-grip conditions. The new mode joins the existing Strada (Street) and Sport modes found in the Huracán.
“With the high-speed all-terrain concept of the Sterrato, we have uniquely combined the driving experience of a true super sports car and the fun of driving a rally car,” Rouven…
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