On 18th November, Lamborghini unveiled its latest offering the Lamborghini Huracan STO which stands for Super Trofeo Omolgata. The Lamborghini STO is a homolagted super sports cars which is inspired by the Huracan Super Trofeo EVO, as well as the Huracan GT3 EVO.The Huracan STO has a naturally aspirated V10 engine which produces 640 Hp of Power and 565 Nm of Torque. The STO is rear-wheel drive and delivers exhilarating performance. It does the 0-100 kmph in 3.0 seconds flat, 0-200 in 9 seconds and will keep going to a top speed of 310 kmph.
“The Huracán STO delivers all the excitement of a beautifully balanced, lightweight and aerodynamically superior super sports car, mirroring the driving feeling and exhilaration of Super Trofeo, and perfectly set up for the world’s most demanding tracks but created for the road. The extensive technical solutions and intelligence gained from both our Super Trofeo and GT3 programs has been refined and embodied in the Huracán STO, allowing the pilot to experience the emotions of a racing driver, daily, in a road-legal Lamborghini super sports car able to take lap records.” said Stefano Domenicali. Maurizio Reggiani, Lamborghini’s Chief Technical Officer. The car is the result of the collaboration between Lamborghini’s R&D, Squadra Corse and Centro Stile departments, with every line and every feature aesthetically outstanding while optimized to ensure the best driving performance. Every aspect of the Huracán STO draws on the aerodynamic efficiency and lightweight technologies demanded in motorsports. With an increased wheel track, stiffer suspension bushing, specific anti-roll bars and Lamborghini’s MagneRide 2.0, the STO delivers all the emotion of a racecar while providing a comfortable road experience.
Three new driving modes exemplify the Huracán STO’s racing spirit, focused on high performance driving environments: STO, Trofeo and Pioggia. The default STO mode is for road driving and fun on curving roads. In Trofeo mode, all systems are optimized for dry asphalt and the fastest lap times on track. Pioggia (rain) mode optimizes traction control, torque vectoring, rear-wheel steering and the ABS on wet asphalt. The interior of the Huracán STO reflects the lightweight persona of the exterior: extensive use of carbon fiber features throughout the cockpit, an Alcantara interior with Lamborghini’s Carbonskin; carpets removed and replaced by floor mats in carbon fiber; and the fully carbon fiber lightweight door panels with a door latch as opener. A rear arch with four-point seatbelts and a newly designed front trunk for helmet storage, underline the Huracán STO’s racing DNA.
New Human Machine Interface (HMI) graphics feature on the Huracán’s touch screen, which manages the car’s functions including drive mode indicator, the LDVI system, tire pressures and brake temperatures. A fully connected telemetry system allows pilots driving their Huracán STO on racetracks to monitor and record their performance and to analyze the data via the Lamborghini UNICA app.
Owners of the Huracán STO can fully personalize both the exterior and interior of their race car-on-the-road via a rich Ad Personam personalization program, with limitless paint and trim combinations as well as race-style vinyls. The concept of a personalized livery is inherent in the design of the Huracán STO, just as Huracán Super Trofeo race cars line up in their unique colors and designs on the starting grid. The launch livery of Blu Laufey and Arancio California exemplifies the Huracán STO’s young and sporty racing spirit. The first customers will take delivery of the new Lamborghini Huracán STO in spring 2021. There is no news on whether Lamborghini will bring the car to India.