Lamborghini has already provided a sneak peek at the car, but this is our first unfiltered look.
A little more than a week from now, the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato will be revealed at Art Basel Miami, but we've been given a revealing look at the off-road-capable supercar ahead of time thanks to a new video captured outside the automaker's Sant'Agata headquarters. The purveyor of fine Italian exotica provided a sneak preview of the Huracan Sterrato's design last week, but the carefully lit and edited images intentionally concealed a number of subtle details. However, it seems that test cars are no longer required to go out with camouflage of any sort, and that gives us a clearer view of some of the model-specific changes made to this model.
This particular example has been finished in a matte green hue that appears to be Verde Turbine Matt. We suspect that this will be the Sterrato's launch color, but the vehicle we see here has been further enhanced with what is likely to be an optional appearance package that adds various decals.
But more important than the paint and the LED lights on the front bumper is the bumper itself. We can now see that this supposedly rugged item will wear contrasting paint in a copper hue. Presumably, this copper section is made from a more resilient material than plastic or carbon fiber.
The same copper hue is found on the rocker panels, along with a similar texturing effect. Naturally, this theme is carried through to the rear diffuser. Despite showing off a car nearly final in its design, the pre-production prototype oddly wears its number plate taped into place higher than the standard mounting point between the tailpipes.
From the rear view, the Sterrato truly stands out from other Huracan models thanks to that roof scoop and the louvered rear engine cover. Lamborghini is unlikely to make any changes to the final design ahead of the Sterrato's reveal. We'll learn more about it after its official debut on Wednesday, 30 November, and then we can compare it to the new 911 Dakar.