2023 Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato

90 mi
602 BHP


• Delivery mileage example of the sold-out special edition from Lamborghini
• Built to mark the end of Huracan production, it mixes supercar design and performance with off-road ability
• 610hp 5.2-litre V10 giving 0-60 in 3.4 seconds
• Seven-speed DCT and four-wheel drive
• Stealthy colour scheme with attractive graphics
• VAT qualifying
In many ways, Lamborghini’s Huracan Sterrato was the surprise hit of 2023. While Porsche’s history of rallying 911s gave the concept of the Dakar some level of provenance, it was far from obvious that ruggedising a mid-engined supercar would make sense either on or off the road. But the Sant’Agata manufacturer’s experience in building the Urus gave it a level of knowhow that it was able to bring to bear.
Of course, the Huracan was already four-wheel drive in most applications but the engineering work on the Sterrato goes well beyond jacking it up a bit and adding some knobbly tyres. With a wider track, softer springs, greater suspension travel and a dedicated ‘Rally’ mode, it’s clear that they took the job very seriously. Cosmetic changes include plastic body cladding, new sill covers, redesigned bumpers front and rear, off road rally lights and roof rails.
The result has been universally acclaimed, with some commentators reporting that it’s even more fun than the already outrageous car on which it is based. Of course, it helps that it retains the fabulous 5.2-litre V10 that has been the Huracan’s centrepiece (pun intended) since its inception and which delivers a 0-60 time of 3.4 seconds, even on its all-terrain tyres.
The Sterrato has been a sales success, too. The original aim was to build 900 but demand was such that this was extended to 1,499. These are now all sold out, which means that this is a rare opportunity to get your hands on one, still in as-new condition and with what is essentially delivery mileage.
Presented in Black with tricolour stripes and ‘63’ decals in reference to the year Lamborghini was founded, and with a matching black interior, it looks just the ticket. If you really wanted one (and we wouldn’t blame you) but missed out on an allocation, then here’s your chance to make the dream a reality.
𝗛𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗼𝗿𝘆 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗱𝗼𝗰𝘂𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻
• Registered 8 Sep 2023
• Given its age and mileage, it has yet to need a service
• The full document pack is provided
• Its first MOT isn’t due until 5 Sep 2026
• Comes with the balance of the manufacturer’s warranty
• HPI clear
• VAT qualifying
• Rugged though it may be on the exterior, Lamborghini hasn’t skimped on the luxury inside
• Lashings of black leather and Alcantara adorn the cabin which, aside from the switch for the auxiliary lights and the different modes (Strada, Sport and Rally), should look familiar to anyone who’s been in a regular Huracan
• The leather-clad steering wheel adds a red marker at the 12 o’clock position
• A central screen provides access to many of the car’s functions and there’s all the usual accoutrements
• As you’d expect, it doesn’t look to have ever been sat in for any length of time
• This Sterrato has been specified in a menacing black finish, though it’s broken up with tricolour stripes and ‘63’ decals, denoting the year that Lamborghini was founded
• Although it sits a little higher than a regular Huracan, it retains the supercar drama in its appearance and the additional lights, roof rails, wheel arch extensions and snorkel for the air intake give it an added sense of purpose
• Naturally, given that it’s essentially brand new, it’s unmarked as far as we can see
• A glimpse through the unblemished black-painted wheels reveals the carbon ceramic discs which are clamped by black painted, Lamborghini-branded brake callipers
• Overall, it’s a real head-turner and then some
• The 6.2-litre V10 makes 610hp, breathing through a high-level snorkel behind the roof to keep it within a cleaner flow in dusty conditions
• Seven-speed double-clutch gearbox sends power to all four wheels
• Brakes are carbon-ceramic
• The recipe reportedly all adds up to a thrilling drive on or off the road
If this is genuinely to be the last variant of the Huracan and not an Ozzy Osbourne-style last gig, then what a way to go. By expanding its operating window, Lamborghini have managed to make the Huracan more fun most of the time. This car is beautifully specified, essentially brand new and could be yours, despite the run being sold out. If you have the means and the desire to experience this alternate take on a supercar, then don’t miss out.
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