If you have any doubts about the capabilities of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato as an offroader, you should definitely watch this video by YouTuber Mark McCann. This video provides a solid proof on how much abuse this offroad supercar can take, not to mention surviving a big jump.
The Huracán Sterrato was specifically designed to thrive on rough, uneven surfaces. You might even go as far as describing it as some sort of rallying supercar, and you wouldn’t be far from the truth. The Sterrato is based on the existing Huracán Evo model. That means all-wheel-drive, and a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10, primed to produce 631 hp. It’s the same output as the track-oriented Huracán STO, but instead of the race tracks, the Huracán Sterrato will strut its stuff on off-road terrains.
In the video, YouTuber and off-road racer Mark McCann demonstrates the Sterrato’s capabilities, taking it to a rock quarry open to off-road vehicles and navigating a dirt course, showcasing its prowess. The highlight is a daring jump, where the Huracan Sterrato launches into the air like a rally car, as it goes high up in the air and cover quite a distance upon landing.
You can watch the video yourself and enjoy seeing a Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato being driven as it should be.