The Lamborghini Huracan Tecnica and Sterrato brands suggest farewell special offers


Lamborghini’s junior supercar is nearing the end of its life cycle and two opposing special editions may be on the way.

The Lamborghini Huracan with V10 engine it will end within the next 24 months – but a couple of special edition variants may be on the way to take it (and its engine) into the sunset.

Brands discovered by Unit unveil Lamborghini presented to protect ‘Dirt Huracan‘And’Huracan Technique‘names in Europe, and while the brands are far from confirming a future model, their appearance so late in by Huracan run suggests that badges will soon grace production cars.

Although the names were only registered on October 28, neither will be unknown to Lamborghini fans, but both have a good chance of hitting production as farewell editions in the coming years.

The name Huracan Sterrato was last used on a concept of the same name (above and below), which widened the supercar’s track, increased its ground clearance by 47mm, fitted off-road-themed wheels, tires, skid plates and stone deflectors, and re-tuned its mechanics to driving on rough roads.

While the 2018 show car was just a concept, discussion soon after its revelation ensued that the Sterrato could reach production, with rumors suggesting that a business case had been formed that would see 500 to 1000 cars built, to a price of € 240,000 ($ AU380,000) each and incorporating 3D printed parts to help make a profit.

“Even though the budget is pretty tight – it’s still at Lamborghini – the provisional business case suggests we can build this car at a profit. How is that possible, you ask? By producing all the redesigned or new body panels, trims, ducts, and splitter on 3D printers, “said Lamborghini chief technical officer Maurizio Reggiani Automobiles in 2018.

As for the Technical Huracan, fans of the brand will remember the Technical plate of the Gallardo Technical Edition of 2012-13; a special end-of-life edition offered for the Gallardo’s final year – along with a broader stylistic update – to maintain sales ahead of the launch of its successor Huracan.

Available in addition to the current flagship LP570-4, the Technical Edition package added a fixed rear wing, lightweight carbon-ceramic brakes and one of three exclusive optional color schemes – features that could be added in the same way to today’s Huracan Evo and Evo Spyder LP610-4 models.

If the brands link to upcoming production cars, expect that Lamborghini Huracan Dirt and Tecnica will be revealed in full next year, as the seven-year-old Huracan’s hybrid-powered V8 successor is slated to launch in 2023 or 2024.

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann recently confirmed to the UK car that a new version of the Huracan will be launched in 2022 – with the Tecnica a more likely candidate for production than the Sterrato, as the brand for the latter could simply be Lamborghini protecting its 2018 concept name.

“In 2022 we will have two new launches, based on Huracán and Urus, and then in 2023 and 2024 we will hybridize the full range,” Winkelmann told the store.

Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017, when he opened his website, Redline. He contributed to Drive in 2018, before joining CarAdvice in 2019, becoming a regular contributing reporter on the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role in Alex’s life, from browsing auto magazines at a young age. age, to growth around vehicle performance in a car-loving family.

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