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2023 Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato high-rider spied

Looks like the Urus won't be the only high-riding Lamborghini for long, as the Raging Bull gears up to release a rally-inspired Huracan.

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The Urus won’t be the only high-riding Lamborghini for long, it seems.

It looks like the Raging Bull is gearing up to release a jacked-up version of its Huracan supercar, complete with roof racks for good measure.

The car pictured here isn’t quite as wild as the Sterrato concept released in 2019, although it’s possible Lamborghini could stick on some wheel arch extensions before the car is formally revealed.

It’s clear the suspension has been raised (the concept was 47mm taller than stock), and it looks like the test car here rides on different wheels to the regular Huracan EVO.

The LED light bar fitted to this car might not be production ready, but it’s possible a production Sterrato will feature some form of rally lighting given the concept was festooned with plenty of extra ways to turn night into day.

The roof of this mule is home to an extra scoop feeding engine to the 5.2-litre V10 engine, and there are extra skid plates up front to protect the car’s angular snout.

It’s not clear what changes Lamborghini will make to the all-wheel drive V10 powertrain in the Huracan, if any.

It’s possible the car will feature a retuned all-wheel drive system to work better on gravel and snow like the concept, although how many people will take their mid-engined Italian thoroughbred off the blacktop isn’t clear.

Lamborghini isn’t alone in giving its sports car a rally-inspired makeover. Porsche has repeatedly been snapped testing a 911 with a taller ride height, potentially to feature on a production car dubbed the 911 Dakar.

MORE: Everything Lamborghini Huracan

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Scott Collie
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Scott Collie is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne, Australia. Scott studied journalism at RMIT University and, after a lifelong obsession with everything automotive, started covering the car industry shortly afterwards. He has a passion for travel, and is an avid Melbourne Demons supporter.

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