Lambo pitted the Sterrato against some incredible athletes in this short film.
To show off the new Huracan Sterrato, Lamborghini has put together a film showing the car alongside three high-action, rugged sports. Obviously, these are meant to mirror the car Lamborghini has built and served some marketing purpose, but it's still cool to watch a V10 supercar whip it off-road.
Featuring mountain biking, windsurfing, and paragliding, each segment of the below film shows the Huracan Sterrato in a different scenario related to the sport it finds itself surrounded by. It's pretty neat, but we'll let you judge for yourselves.
The first segment features the Sterrato and mountain biker Gaia Tormena. Gaia has, in addition to an incredibly fitting name for a mountain biker, multiple cycling accolades to her name. She's the Italian, European, and World Eliminator champion and an Italian Enduro champion. This section of the film features a race between the two, Top Gear style.
As said above, the film also features windsurfing. This segment starts with 2016 Italian windsurfing World Champions Matteo Iachino and Blanca Alabau. Alabau is an event-winner from Defi Wind Superstars 2021. The two are shown blasting along the Italian coast with the off-road supercar in hot pursuit.
The last segment of Lamborghini's film is arguably the most interesting. It takes place on the famous Mount Etna, the tallest active volcano in all of Europe, standing 10,924 feet above sea level. Maud Perrin, the 21-year-old French paragliding champion and Women's Arco World Tour gold medal winner, follows a Sterrato as it races along Etna's face.
With only 1,499 Sterratos set to be built, we're curious to see how many get used like this in the future. Perhaps someone should put on a 911 Dakar versus Sterrato off-road rally? We'd certainly pay to see that. Regardless, Lamborghini has said that the very limited production run of the Huracan Sterrato is set to begin in February 2023. An end date isn't given, but we're sure every last one will be sold.