Road trip in a Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica and STO in Sardinia

We’ve recently published the video Tim Burton, Shmee150 did on the Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica explaining his thoughts and ideas on the Tecnica as an STO owner, and that was a rather interesting video, as we all know the Huracán STO is more a street-legal version of the actual Super Trofeo EVO race car, with her impressive Cofango at the front where the entire front section, bumper, fenders, and hood open up as one single unit, hinged at the front, while the Huracán Tecnica is a more comfort-oriented version, using the STO engine but more as a further evolution of the Huracán EVO.

During the two months, the Lamborghini Lounge in Porto Cervo was open, both clients and VIPs were given the opportunity to drive both the Huracán Tecnica and the Huracán STO side by side on the amazing winding roads in Sardinia, so possible clients could experience the difference themselves before deciding which car was the one to sign an order form for, if you would still be able to get on the waiting list for the current V10 model that is, as we all know the successor is just around the corner, and it has already been confirmed the entire production capacity for 2024 has been sold out by now, so perhaps you won’t even be able to order a Huracán anymore by the time you are reading this.

And then we still have the rumor about the Huracán Sterrato that should still be unveiled later this year, a supercar with a raised suspension that should be able to travel over ‘unpaved’ roads of gravel and sand without ripping the expensive carbon-fiber front bumper to pieces, most of us haven’t even seen that car beside the teaser video, and we know for a fact orders have already been signed for that one, but by the time the general public will finally get to see that off-road Huracán in detail the order book might be closed already, which doesn’t really make too much sense if you ask me.

But back to the current Huracán flagship models, the Tecnica and the STO, of which multiple units were available to be test driven after an appointment on the idyllic roads in Sardinia and around Porto Cervo, which made for some amazing photographs that can be found in our extensive gallery below:

Also note the extensive pallet of both leather, Alcantara, exterior shades, and wheels that can be ordered through the Lamborghini Ad Personam program, a selection of which was also shown inside the Lamborghini Lounge in Porto Cervo: