Set for November 30 debut at Art Basel in Miami
Lamborghini recently reported their best sales performance in history in a press release last week. And along those lines, the Italian manufacturer announced an all-terrain Huracan will be their final non-hybrid model.
Finally, this all-terrain supercar has a name. Say hello to the Huracan Sterrato.
Essentially, it's the very same moniker that was given to the high-riding Huracan concept car back in 2019, which Lamborghini says is designed to impress and create a brand new segment in the supercar world.
The Huracan Sterrato for the first time has been shown without its camouflage in anticipation of its official debut at the Art Basel in Miami on November 30. As expected, the all-terrain supercar will be powered by a V10 engine paired with Lamborghini's all-wheel-drive system for maximum driving pleasure on and off-road.
Currently, there are two confirmed all-terrain supercars coming – the Huracan Sterrato and the 911 Dakar from Lamborghini's sister brand, Porsche. Which supercar would you wish to have the off-road treatment next? Let us know in the comments.