Lamborghini Sterrato: the Bull, a lover of the most popular tracks naked and raw, it reveals itself on the snow

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C & # 39; & egrave; someone sensible who would deliberately take his Lamborghini to tackle rough and unpaved stretches, full of potholes? None , as of today. Yet things could change in the near future.

A disguised version of the prototype Lamborghini Sterrato & egrave; was photographed while making some test drives in the company of the testers.


La Sterrato & egrave; was first presented in conceptual form in 2019. At the time it was little more than that. than a version a little more; robust and raised off the ground of the Lamborghini Hurac & aacute; n Evo and, according to the spokespersons of the Bull, that concept was nothing more than a pure exercise in style , and that there were no plans to put this model is in production.


Plans now seem to have changed . So here is a Toro raised off the ground, with underbody protection, a striking air vent positioned above the bonnet and an Old Rally-style hood-mounted LED light bar.

The original concept of the Dirt was powered by the same 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 as the Hurac & aacute; n Evo, 631 hp under the skin , and transmitted power to both axles via a seven-speed automatic transmission.


If really the new Lamborghini Sterrato & quot; went to port & quot; It would also be reasonable to expect rear-wheel steering and a adapted version of the intelligent driving system Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) so as to transmit, when needed, all the necessary torque on each wheel.

At the moment it is not; clear if the dirt road will be; a unique project, such as the Aventador J and SC20 roadster, or if really in the mind of the Toro di Sant & # 39; Agata Bolognese (back from a record year) there will be; space in the future for a supercar who loves the most tracks. naked and raw.

[photo by www.autocar.co.uk]

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