Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Explosive Entry Takes the 2023 Goodwood Festival of Speed by Storm

Lamborghini's Huracan Sterrato, astounds onlookers with its remarkable speed and agility during high-speed runs

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In the world of supercars, it’s not uncommon for final editions to arrive as track-oriented, fire-breathing monsters that push the boundaries of performance. However, with its penchant for doing things differently, Lamborghini bids farewell to the Huracan in an unprecedented style at the 2023 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Enter the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato – an off-road supercar with a rebellious spirit that shook up the Festival of Speed unlike anything else. The Sterrato made its presence felt at Goodwood by performing a dynamic run at the event. Aptly named ‘Sterrato,’ which translates to ‘dirt road,’ the last edition of Huracan is equipped with chunky tires, wide rubbery arches, and a significantly jacked-up suspension.

It seems ready to tackle rough terrains with as much enthusiasm as smooth asphalt. Far from a common sight, this off-road supercar is undoubtedly a curiosity that turned heads at Goodwood.

A Blend of Performance and Ruggedness

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the huracan sterrato debuts at goodwood

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato beautifully blends the signature Lamborghini features with rugged, off-road elements. It retains the beloved 5.2-liter V10 engine and the twin-clutch transmission, ensuring the beast’s heart remains as thrilling as ever. Yet, the Sterrato also boasts a 44mm boost in ground clearance, protective arches, and skid plates, allowing it to tackle undulating terrain with surprising precision.

The Sterrato in Action


Despite its unusual appearance for a supercar, the Sterrato, boasting 610PS (449kW), steals the show at Goodwood. Although it may seem slightly out of place racing up the hill, the spectacle it creates is undeniably captivating.

The sight of this supercar, gallantly bobbing back and forth on its raised suspension, is met with amusement and applause rather than disbelief, creating an unforgettable spectacle.

Celebrating 60 Years of Lamborghini

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the sterrato is the slowest road car from lamborghini

Lamborghini’s decision to introduce such a unique model is fitting for a brand renowned for its striking designs and cheeky sense of humor. In its 60th year, Lamborghini delivers the Sterrato, a thrilling and thought-provoking model.

Surprisingly, the Sterrato is the slowest Lamborghini since the original 1964 350GT – the brand’s first-ever road car. Due to its off-road adaptations and aerodynamics, the Sterrato reaches a top speed of 160mph, pipping the 350GT by two miles per hour.

A relatively healthy production run of 1,499 Sterratos is planned before Lamborghini shifts focus to the successor of the Huracan. This new hybrid supercar, built with the new Revuelto, signals the brand’s next chapter in its 60-year legacy.

The Huracan’s Last Hurrah!

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the crowd cheered as the huracan sterrato made its grand entry

The Huracan doesn’t go gently into the night in its swan song. Instead, it takes a boisterous, off-beaten path, giving the spectators at the Goodwood Festival of Speed an unforgettable spectacle – a fitting farewell for the iconic Lamborghini V10.

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Dynamic Run At Goodwood Festival Of Speed Gallery