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A test mule for Lamborghini’s upcoming Safari-style Huracán Sterrato has been spotted for the first time leaving the company’s Sant’Agata factory in Italy.
The high-riding prototype, spotted by Varryx on YouTube, gives us our first real look at the factory-safari’d supercar outside of the promotional material released by Lamborghini so far. In addition to the taller ride height, we can also see tweaked fascias, a roof scoop, and a couple of roof racks.
Though it’s tough to tell from the exhaust sound captured in this clip, it’s very likely the Sterrato will use a version of the Huracán’s long-standing 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V-10 engine paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Whether it will have rear- or all-wheel drive has yet to be confirmed.
The Huaracán Sterrato started off as a concept vehicle shown in 2019 before being greenlit for production, presumably thanks to the positive reaction and press generated by the car. Lamborghini released a short video in January showing a camouflaged prototype—likely the same car you see here today, drifting and sliding on dirt to drum up hype.
Lamborghini is expected to show the production Huracán Sterrato in December.
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Source: Motor - aranddriver.com