Lamborghini Brings Rally-ready Huracan Sterrato To India, Asks Rs 4.61 crore For It

Jacked-up Huracan Sterrato is a Lamborghini that is tailor-made for our road conditions

Get latest updates on
the automobile community
Login Now

  • Sterrato is the final pure ICE offering from the raging bull.

  • It is a jacked-up Huracan that can go off-road.

  • Looks beefy courtesy of flared wheel arches, chunky side skirts and tyres, and reinforced bumpers.

  • Uses Huracan EVO’s 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 making 610PS and 560Nm.

  • Total production limited to 1,499 units.

  • Price in India is Rs 4.61 crore (ex-showroom).

  • Deliveries to commence in Q3 2023.

Lamborghini has launched its latest Huracan derivative, the Sterrato, in India at its newly inaugurated lounge in Doha. Priced at Rs 4.61 crore, the Sterrato is a sports car on stilts, which makes it apt to tackle our potholed roads.

When the Italian marque confirmed the launch of the Sterrato for India, the supercar took centre stage at the desk outside (in the above-mentioned lounge of course) and was sporting the iconic Lancia rally colours. 

The whole ethos of the Huracan has never been so brawny. Its beefy, rugged looks are courtesy of flared wheel arches, reinforced bumpers, chunky side skirts, off-roading tires and the roof scoop. For a closer insight of its design, check out our detailed unveiling story

The unit powering the Sterrato has been borrowed directly from the Huracan EVO, which is a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10, making 610PS and 560Nm. Transmission duties are carried out by a seven-speed, dual clutch auto ‘box with shorter gear ratios for better dynamics and power delivery when off-road. Obviously, power is sent to all four wheels.

The increased centre of gravity and all the corresponding upgrades to make it dirt-trail ready have affected the outright performance of the Sterrato, as its top speed is limited to 260kmph, 65kmph less than Huracan EVO. Also, while the Huracan EVO does the nought to 100kmph sprint in 2.9 seconds, the Sterrato takes half a second more (3.4 seconds) to do the same.

In proper Lamborghini fashion, the Sterrato has the usual ‘Strada’ and ‘Corsa’ driving modes, but these are joined by a new ‘Rally’ mode for the first time ever. As the name suggests, it is a mode for when the going gets tough and when the driver finds himself in low traction conditions. 

Also Read: Skoda Octavia Smashes Euro NCAP Safety Assessment

The Sterrato is the final pure ICE offering from Lamborghini. It brings down the curtains on the glorious, euphonious run of its pure ICE-powered V10s and V12s. And what a way to do so with a product that incorporates all the learnings over its tenure into a final, unique derivative. We say unique because the Sterrato is sure to carve out a niche in the automotive world, and it has got all that it takes to become a future icon.

Internationally, the Huracan Sterrato has its sights fixed solely on the Porsche 911 Dakar. But, the off-road-ready Huracan won’t have any immediate competition in India. The carmaker will commence customer deliveries of the Sterrato in the third quarter of 2023.

Lamborghini Huracan EVO Video Review

Lamborghini Huracan EVO
Review your vehicle & win ₹ 1000
Rs. 3.21 Crore
View January Offers

See what our community has to say! NEW

India's largest automotive community

Explore Now
comminity image

2 Other Things You Might Want To Do