New Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Configurator Shows Incredible Customization Options

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You could spend hours designing your ideal Sterrato.

The superb Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato has finally broken cover, and it's every bit as wonderful as we'd hoped. If you're hoping to get your hands on one of these - or you're just a fan of the brand - you'll be pleased to know the configurator has already gone live, giving customers a rich and adventurous range of options to choose from.

Nearly 70 colors are available in - 350 if you delve into the Ad Personam program - with buyers able to choose from gloss or matte finishes. Base colors include Verde Mantis (lime green) and Arancio Borealis (orange), but selecting from the available palettes - such as Sportiva and Eclettica - unlocks even more choices.

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A particular favorite of ours is Viola Mithras (deep purple). It matches the dramatic styling and extroverted demeanor of the Sterrato. Those with less exuberant tastes will, perhaps, prefer the Grigio Acheso (matte grey) finish from the Tecnica collection.

Surprisingly, Lamborghini offers just two 19-inch wheel designs; Cerere Cast Matt Titanium and the Morus Forged wheel in Matte Bronze, Matte Black, or Shiny Black. The bronze finish ties in nicely with darker hues like this purple paintwork.

But it's the black-painted Morus that provides additional customization. Buyers can select from six accent colors that brighten up the lip of the wheel. If you've sprung for red or bright green paintwork, you can match your wheels to your exterior color.

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Lamborghini also permits customers to personalize the brake calipers, with eight color choices available. In keeping with the adventurous theme, the Italian automaker also offers exciting decal packages that provide the Sterrato with even more flair. It's spec-dependent, though, so customers should be mindful of what color they select.

The black decals may be specified with five accent colors - orange, white, bronze, red, and grey - while the "63" logo can be added to the hood of the vehicle. If you're not a fan of the matte effect, the roof and upper hood cover can be had in a Gloss Black finish.

Should customers wish to wander out into the desert for days on end, the optional roof rails and crossbars (available in black or silver) will prove useful.

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Furthermore, monied clients can choose from additional lights mounted on the front bumper, color-coded side mirror caps, and a black-painted Lamborghini logo at the rear.

The tough body cladding may also be customized. Depending on the selected paint color, this can be matched to the exterior, or finished in a sultry Bronze hue. Naturally, a Gloss Black design is also available. All in all, the Huracan Sterrato has an impressive amount of exterior options and styling accessories to choose from - there's certainly more scope for personalization compared to its closest rival, the new Porsche 911 Dakar.

Aside from the Lamborghini Sensonum sound system, the options are largely limited to things such as extended maintenance plans and protective equipment. The interior does, at least, offer more room for customization.

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As many as four upholstery/design combinations are on offer. The Sterrato trim with Lazer graphics is bound to be the most popular and comes with a black base color. This can be uplifted with contrasting secondary hides and vivid stitching. Those seeking a plusher experience will undoubtedly opt for one of the leather or leather/Alcantara combinations, which also permit more customization.

If you wish, the steering wheel, dashboard, and door cards can also be trimmed in Alcantara. Lamborghini also has carbon fiber inlays and dark chrome trim to select from. If you're serious about venturing out into the wild, the optional fire extinguisher is a sensible addition. Other neat add-ons include red interior door handles and various seat designs.

Unfortunately, the automaker doesn't provide pricing for the options, but we're guessing a fully-specced Sterrato will cost a pretty penny.

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