Lamborghini has ditched the disguise on its Huracan Sterrato, giving us a glimpse of the world’s first V10-powered all-terrain supercar ahead of its full unveiling at the end of this month.
There was much speculation around the high-riding Huracan prior to it being confirmed halfway through this year.
However, that speculation still stands as we are yet to know all the details but we have been treated to a better view of what the Sterrato will look like.
Images released by the Italian supercar maker show the Huracan in a wide-body suit while sitting off the ground much higher than in the road-oriented model.
Two LED spot lights feature up front which will come in handy for those who venture off the beaten path at night while a set of roof racks provide extra cargo space up top.
The lower intakes have been restyled and what looks to be a roof scoop has been added to capture clean air.
We await to see the full technical specifications of the Huracan Sterrato when it gets revealed on November 30, 2022.In the meantime, Porsche will be revealing its take on an off-road sports car in the form of its 911 Dakar later this week.