Lamborghini has unveiled an unconventional new concept car, the Huracan Sterrato, that mixes elements of the Huracan and Urus. Lamborghini cites its Jarama and Urraco rally cars of the 1970s as inspiration.
Described as a “super sports car for challenging environments”, it’s based on the Huracan EVO with a 640bhp V10 engine and four-wheel drive. The electronics are specially calibrated for off-road driving, while ground clearance is raised by 47mm. The track is widened by 30mm, with new 20in wheels on balloon tyres fitting the wider arches, which have integrated air intakes.
The under body is reinforced and extra protection includes a rear skid plate/diffuser, beefed-up side skirts and carbon/resin mudguards. Off-road LED lights comprise a roof-mounted light bar and bumper lights. Inside, the rally 4×4 theme continues with a titanium roll cage, carbon seats and aluminium flooring.