Could any other supercar do this?
Lamborghini isn't done showing the world the rallying capabilities of the ultra-limited Huracan Sterrato with this new video showcasing the V10-powered supercar blasting its way through Italian Alps snow and ice.
The action happens at a high-end ski resort with the Rally driving mode option being the only logical choice given the terrain. This mode allows the Sterrato's full-time advanced all-wheel drive system to truly shine in low-grip situations such as winter conditions. The Rally mode was optimized specifically for things like dirt and loose surfaces such as snow. We'd love to see a head-to-head matchup between the Sterrato and the Porsche 911 Dakar on terrain like this.
The system is further enhanced thanks to the supercar's wider tracks, increased ride height, and the Bridgestone Dueler AT002 run-flat tires which, Lamborghini says, have been specifically adapted for the all-terrain Sterrato. They've also been rated to handle the Italian-built sled destroyer's top speed of 162 mph.
Additional design features that make the Sterrato a true standout compared to other Huracans and, let's face it, every Ferrari currently on the market, are an aluminum front underbody, reinforced sills and rear diffuser, and beefier wheel arches designed to protect the car from the worst things winter weather will throw at it.
The Huracan Sterrato being thrashed around in this video is painted in the appropriate winter exterior colors of Bianco Phanes with Grigio Telesto and black carbon fiber details, like the reinforced wheel arches. Lamborghini reminds future owners that they can create their own unique color combos with over 350 paint options on offer thanks to the Ad Personam personalization program. The interior has 60 unique leather and Alcantara choices.
Like all Huracans, the Sterrato comes powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine, this one rated at 602 horsepower and 417 lb-ft of torque. All of that power is routed to all four wheels via a seven-speed LDF dual-clutch automatic transmission.
According to Lamborghini, the Sterrato can make the 0-62 mph sprint in just 3.4 seconds, just half a second slower than the Huracan Evo. That's totally fine because the Sterrato has serious off-road capabilities, as you can clearly see.
So why is Lamborghini releasing another awesome Sterrato video? Aside from the sheer joy of watching it being thrashed around in the snow and ice, production of the 1,499 units - Lamborghini's final non electrified supercar - is set to officially get underway this month. Customer deliveries will begin early this summer.
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