Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato 2024 Price, Features and Specifications

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato​

Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato price in Pakistan

PKR 7.5 - 8.5 Crore
USD 2.5- 2.8 Lacs
5,204 cm³
260 KM/H
seat capacity
2 Person
Body Type
Fuel capacity
7 - 10 KM/L

Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato Specifications

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Price 7.5 - 8.5 Crore
Dimension (Length x Width X Height) 4525 x 2236 x 1248 mm
Displacement 5,204 cm³, 5.2-liter V10
Horse Power 601 hp
Boot Space 150 litres
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Tank Capacity 83 L
Top Speed 260 km/h
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h 2.8 S
Body Type Coupé/ Super Sports cars
Ground Clearance 171 mm
Transmission Automatic
Torque 560 Nm / 413 lb-ft
Kerb Weight 1470 KG
Mileage 7 - 10 KM/L
Seating Capacity 2 - Persons
Tyre Size 245 / 30 R20 Front Tyres & 305 / 30 R20 Rear Tyres

Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato Pros & Cons

We Like We don't Like
  • Off-Road Fun
  • Head-Turning Design
  • Exquisite design
  • Enhanced driving experience
  • Safety Features including ABS and Airbags
  • Exorbitant price
  • Fuel Efficiency
  • Maintenance Costs
  • Production Issues
  • Expensive Spare Parts

Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato 2024 Overview in full details

The off-road-ready Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato makes its entrance as a 2024 model, but it won’t be around for long as only 1,499 examples are destined for production. As with the normal Huracan, the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato has a V10 engine but it is tuned to deliver 602 hp and 417 lb-ft of torque here, sending it to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds. Ground clearance is higher relative to the Huracan Evo, and track widths are also increased. A series of new driving modes makes the Sterrato suitable for use on looser surfaces, and its body has received extra protection for use in harsher environments.

Huracan Sterrato Exterior

The low-slung Huracan might have seemed like the worst possible starting point for a dirt-road brawler, yet the exterior design of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is actually one of the car’s highlights. It looks phenomenal, with the rugged extras somehow fitting with the classic mid-engine supercar proportions in a way we couldn’t have predicted. The suspension has been raised for more ground clearance, and the visual effect of this is balanced by the wheel arch extensions, bolder sills, and thicker rubber. Those Bridgestone Dueler AT002 tires are wrapped around 19-inch wheels, and these tires are adaptable enough for use on smooth tarmac or gravel. Run-flat technology will allow for a maximum speed of 50 mph for approximately 50 miles, even when one of the tires has been compromised.

In front, there is aluminum underbody protection, while the roof rails (with optional roof basket) and horizontal LED lights that are optionally available are not typical features for Lambo’s supercar. In dusty conditions, a supply of clean air is still delivered to the V10 by way of an air intake on the rear hood. At the back, the Y-shaped taillights rest above the dual exhaust outlets, which can be optionally finished in matt black.

Huracan Sterrato Interior

Changes to the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato’s interior have been less radical than on the exterior, but the sense of occasion when getting behind the wheel is as high as in any other Lambo. Exclusive Alcantara upholstery adorns the seats, but the cabin can be extensively customized to meet the requirements of each customer. The Human Machine Interface (HMI) has been updated with new graphics, and there is even a pitch and roll indicator in the instrument cluster. The infotainment system is not the most modern, but the exotic materials and details like the 12 o’clock marker on the steering wheel encourage aggressive driving, so most won’t be bothered by the absence of gadgets.

Huracan Sterrato Performance

If 0-60 and lap times are all you care about when taking a supercar out for a test drive review, the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato may disappoint. That’s not to say that it isn’t dangerously quick, but other Huracans will outpace it. This is simply the price to pay for the Sterrato’s abilities on the dirt, but the compromises are only marginal.

The 5.2-liter V10 engine makes 602 hp and 417 lb-ft of torque, and that goes to all four wheels. It’ll hit 62 mph in 3.4 seconds, which is half a second behind the Huracan Evo. That gap increases as the speeds rise, with 0-124 mph taking 9.8 seconds (0.8 seconds longer than the Evo), and the top speed is capped at 162 mph, whereas the Evo can continue to over 202 mph. Despite being way down on power at 473 hp, the Porsche 911 Dakar is also quicker (0-60 in 3.2 seconds), but has a lower top speed of 149 mph when running on summer tires.

A new Rally mode is a first for any Huracan and has been designed specifically for low-grip conditions.

Engine and Transmission

In the pantheon of great Lamborghini engines, the V10 perhaps ranks only behind the V12. Displacing 5.2 liters here, the Huracan Sterrato’s V10 makes 602 hp and 417 lb-ft. That’s fed to all four corners via a seven-speed LDF dual-clutch automatic transmission.

As ever, the V10 elicits a violent roar from behind the driver’s head, only here, the noise is competing with the stones battering the body if you use the car the way it was designed to be used. Maximum power is only delivered at 8,000 rpm, so you can fully extend the V10 between each gear change if you’re using the paddles or leave the fast-shifting transmission to its own devices. When not used in anger, the transmission is prone to slow downshifts, as has been the case in other Huracans.

Huracan Sterrato Gas Mileage

A V10-engined supercar that can be used off-road isn’t a recipe for efficiency, and when official EPA data is published, we wouldn’t be surprised if the recipe failed to match the standard Huracan’s gas mileage of 13/18/15 mpg city/highway/combined. Even at 15 mpg, the maximum range will only be around 316 miles based on the 21.1-gallon gas tank.

Huracan Sterrato Trunk And Cargo Space

Interior storage and cargo space are, quite frankly, terrible. The cargo space in the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato measures 3.5 cubic feet in front, which isn’t even enough for two small carry-on bags. Interior storage space is also dismal, with very narrow door pockets and a little space for odds and ends in a net situated behind the seats. A phone holder is available as an option, but there are some interesting exterior accessories that aren’t normally associated with cars of this ilk. That includes a roof ski and snowboard rack, or a roof basket that can accommodate items up to around 70 pounds, but only at speeds of up to 80 mph. A cup holder and smoker package is available, too.

Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato FAQ's

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is a high-performance off-road supercar that was unveiled in 2023. It is based on the Lamborghini Huracan EVO, but it has been modified for off-road use with increased ground clearance, wider fenders, and underbody protection.

  • 5.2-liter V10 engine producing 630 horsepower
  • All-wheel drive system
  • Increased ground clearance of 4.7 inches
  • Wider fenders and underbody protection
  • Rally-inspired driving modes
  • 20-inch wheels with off-road tires
  • Roof scoop for additional engine cooling

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato has a top speed of 162 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds.

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato starts at $250,000.

The Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is expected to be available to buy in late 2024.

Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato Colors

Arancio Borealis Metallic
Grigio Telesto Metallic
Arancio Xanto Metallic
Verde Selvans Metallic
Blu Aegir Metallic
Blu Cepheus Metallic
Rosso Cadens Metallic
Bianco Comes Metallic

Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato Reviews 2023


The overall rating of Lamborghini Hurracan Sterrato is 4.0/5.0 based on:

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