Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Goes ‘Beyond the Concrete’ in New Video

Way back again in the ahead of-instances of 2019, Lamborghini gave us our 1st glimpse at the Huracan Serrato, maybe its most unconventional choose on its Huracan supercar. The Serrato morphs the substantial-powered athletics coupe into a rally-targeted monster with bulging fender flares wrapped close to chunky, gravel-grabbing, off-highway tires.

The photos have been striking, but these days the Italian automaker provides us a glimpse of the equipment in action, quietly releasing a video clip that includes the Huracan Sterrato known as Past the Concrete.

In the video, the Sterrato — sporting a new orange and black camouflage livery — is observed speeding up a country highway just before taking a really hard remaining on to the filth to race a mountain bike over gravel trails and across an open up subject. Despite packing the Huracan Evo’s 640-horsepower, 5.2-liter V10, bespoke traction and steadiness programming for dirty driving and 47 millimeters of ground clearance, the race finishes in a surprising draw at a hilltop Italian villa. The Lambo have to have been slowed by all of the drifting and ability-sliding it does alongside the way.

Revisiting the Huracan Sterrato immediately after a few many years feels like Lamborghini reminding lovers that it really is nevertheless doing the job on the wild idea and hinting that it is really gearing up to make some sort of announcement about the Sterrato soon. However, no release or announcement accompanies the video — only the enticement that “Lamborghini gets your adrenaline flowing: Keep tuned.”