Lamborghini is bringing the production of the Huracán to an end in the coming year, with the off-road-ready Huracán Sterrato being the final regular production model. However, before production finally ceases, Lamborghini is expected to release a series of special editions. The most recent special edition is the Huracán STO SC 10° Anniversario, which was unveiled on Thursday.
This one-off car was developed as part of Lamborghini’s new Ad Personam Opera Unica program, which is similar to the Huracán Sterrato Opera Unica that was showcased in August. The Huracán STO SC 10° Anniversario is based on the track-focused Huracán STO and is a celebration of 10 years of Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse motorsports department.
The car features a unique livery inspired by the design on Lamborghini’s SC63 LMDh race car. The livery is a combination of the green Verde Mantis and black Nero Noctis colors, along with a striking three-color racing stripe. Additionally, the car sports Squadra Corse logos and a “Squadra Corse 10° Anniversario” script on the doors.
In terms of performance, the Huracán STO SC 10° Anniversario boasts unique upgrades developed by Squadra Corse, making it the first street-legal car to be developed by Lamborghini’s motorsports department. The upgrades include new flics at the front, revised mounting of the rear wing, four-way adjustable dampers as opposed to the standard active units, and unique Bridgestone tires with a new compound that delivers more consistent performance over multiple laps on the track.
Inside the car, the color scheme mirrors the exterior, and it is equipped with track essentials such as four-point seat belts and a roll bar. The cabin also features carbon-fiber floor covers with a unique plaque.
Powering the Huracán STO SC 10° Anniversario is the same 5.2-liter V-10 engine found in all Huracán STO models, which produces 630 horsepower and is paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. In addition, this special edition benefits from an Akrapovic titanium exhaust.
Although the production of the Huracán is coming to an end, Lamborghini has already been caught testing the successor to the Huracán. The new model, which is expected to be launched in late 2024, is anticipated to move away from the Huracán’s V-10 engine in favor of a plug-in hybrid setup built around a twin-turbocharged V-8.
In conclusion, while the regular production of the Lamborghini Huracán is coming to a close, the brand is making sure to mark the occasion with the release of special editions like the Huracán STO SC 10° Anniversario. These one-off models showcase the brand’s dedication to innovation and celebration of its motorsports heritage. Additionally, the upcoming successor to the Huracán paves the way for a new era of high-performance, environmentally conscious supercars from the iconic Italian manufacturer.