Lambo’s Last Pure Petrol Model—Huracan Sterrato Launched In Malaysia

At the Urus SE launch event in Malaysia, Lamborghini surprised all present by showcasing the Huracan Sterrato, Raging Bull’s first all-terrain supercar. With just 1,499 units on offer, the Huracan Sterrato made its global debut in December 2022 as the brand’s last model boasting a pure internal combustion engine. And sorry folks, but it’s sold out—just as you’d expect with such a collector’s item.


The Huracan Sterrato, which was constructed based on the Huracan EVO, is billed as offering the excitement of driving a rally car ‘mixed in perfect harmony’ with the driving pleasure of a super sports car. Among the many “all-terrain upgrades” it offers are a 44 mm higher ground clearance, a 30 mm broader front track, and a 34 mm wider rear track.

In addition, the front underbody protection is made of aluminium and boasts a roof-mounted V10 engine air intake. To further highlight its all-terrain nature, it has also been outfitted with roof rails, front LED lamps, and blackened wheel arch claddings.

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato’s all-terrain capability is made possible by its Bridgestone Dueler AT002 tyres, which are specifically designed for this vehicle. The tyres are positioned in a staggered formation, with 235/40 R19 in the front and 285/40 R19 in the rear.

The 5.2-liter V10 engine that powers the Huracan EVO also powers the Huracan Sterrato. Producing 610 horsepower and 560 Nm, its mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox (DCT) that distributes power to all four wheels, enabling a zero to 100 km/h sprint of 3.4 seconds and zero to 200 km/h in 9.8.

The Huracan Sterrato, in contrast to the Huracan EVO, has an upgraded version of the Lamborghini Integrated Vehicle Dynamics (LDVI) system with dedicated “Strada” and “Sports” calibrations. Additionally, a brand-new “Rally” mode—a first for the Huracan line—has been fitted.

Inside, the bespoke upholstery employs unique “Alcantara Verde Sterrato” that highlights the driver-focused “Feel like a pilot” design concept.


You’d expect nothing less from Lambo. What a way to go out. For your very last purely petrol-powered model, why not go bonkers and turn the volume up to eleven, employ 4WD, extra ride height for off-road surfaces, a 610hp V10 and a special new rally setting in vehicle dynamics setup. If you could get your hands on one of these limited edition models, keep it because the price will only continue to skyrocket.

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