Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato Test Mule Looks Tall

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A test mule for the upcoming Safari-style Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato has been spotted for the first time leaving the company’s Sant’Agata factory in Italy.

High-riding prototype, seen by Varyx on YouTube, giving us our first real look at the factory-safari supercar outside of any promotional material released by Lamborghini so far. In addition to the higher ride height, we can also see a modified fascia, roof shovel, and some roof racks.

While it’s hard to tell from the exhaust sound captured in this clip, it’s likely that the Sterrato will use a version of the Huracán’s naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 engine paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Whether it will have rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive is yet to be confirmed.

The Huaracán Sterrato started out as a concept vehicle that was shown in 2019 before being given the green light for production, perhaps thanks to the positive reaction and pressure generated by the car. Lamborghini released a short video in January showing a camouflaged prototype—likely the same car you see here today, hovering and sliding on the ground to liven up the hype.

Lamborghini is expected to show production of the Huracán Sterrato in December.

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