Packing the same 631bhp naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10 as the new Huracán Evo, the Huracán Sterrato boasts a range of off-road-inspired styling revisions and equipment.
Taking its name from the Italian for ‘dirt road’, the Sterrato is built to be "fun to drive off-road". Lamborghini says the concept takes inspiration from its new Urus SUV, as well as Jarama and Urraco models modified in the 1970s to traverse challenging terrain at high speeds.
The Sterrato employs the same Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system as the standard Huracán, which predicts the car’s movements and primes the four-wheel drive, four-wheel steering and torque vectoring mechanisms.
Lamborghini says the LDVI system in the Sterrato has been adapted for off-road use, meaning the concept is better able to find grip on low-traction surfaces. Increasing the four-wheel drive system’s rear bias has supposedly increased torque and enhanced controllability in corners.
The Sterrato's ambitions are clear: a significant 47mm suspension lift and 30mm track increase allow it to cross rocky terrain, while 20in wheels and widened arches lend it a purposeful stance, with the image completed by the addition of LED light bars on the roof and bumper.
The concept's tyres have been specially developed with a thick sidewall and wide shoulders to reduce the risk of damage and improve traction on loose surfaces.
A rear skidplate protects the exhaust system and acts as a diffuser at speed, while a similar unit at the front protects the chassis’ aluminium reinforcements. Carbonfibre has been used for the mudguards and the engine is shielded from flying debris by a new composite panel.