See the safari-style Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato Chuck Sand in a new teaser
Just days after new footage captured the Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato driving through the company’s Sant’Agata factory, the automaker has now unveiled another new teaser clip for the safari-style supercar. Titled “Beyond The Concrete – Part 2,” the clip gives us another glimpse of what this elevated Lambo could look like when the pavement is left behind.
The teaser opens with a rapid pan of the ocean, which is quickly followed by the screeching tones of the familiar 5.2-liter V-10 engine powering the upcoming Huracán Sterrato. The short video then gives us a glimpse of the supercar moving at high speed, now wearing a blue-colored camouflage coat for the first time. While the new tint may fit well with the clip’s ocean theme, it does little to disrupt our view of the car’s design. This particular prototype retains the body kit we’ve seen on various other Sterrato models, but it also picks up a few unique touches. Take for example the oh-so-tiny roof rack, as well as the unique black-painted wheels. Combined with the reworked intake and mandatory rally lights, the Sterrato certainly looks the part even when standing still. Luckily for us, the car engages in quite a bit of moving action in this new clip.
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We quickly learn that the Sterrato is driven by a female protagonist, who receives a call inviting her to join a friend for windsurfing. Our driver quickly recognizes she’s on her way, before turning the Lamborghini off the curb to begin driving through what appears to be some sort of vineyard. The Lambo then slips and smashes its way through some loose dirt, mirroring the actions taken by our star’s fellow surfer. The terrain featured in the clip certainly wouldn’t be soft with a traditional Huracán, but the Sterrato seems more than capable of handling a few big bumps. Lamborghini has yet to confirm whether or not the Sterrato will retain its all-wheel-drive system, but the car clearly has no problem tricking itself on loose surfaces. Of course, it can’t hurt to have a mighty V-10 mounted amidships when it comes to breaking traction.
Lamborghini has yet to announce when we can expect the Huracán Sterrato to arrive, although a December launch of the production model has been expected for some time. Either way, we won’t have to wait much longer to find out exactly how Lamborghini created this rally-inspired supercar. That’s a good thing, because the Sterrato has got to be one of Sant’Agata’s most intriguing offerings in recent memory.