Just when you thought Lamborghini couldn’t make its Huracán sports car any more extreme, new spy shots of what seems to be a wild, track-ready version of the mid-engine supercar have appeared online.
Instagram user allanlambo shared these two pictures of the camouflaged Lamborghini in early March 2020, showing some significant aero add-ons, including a new diffuser, a center fin, side intakes, a roof scoop, and massive wing. The design reminds us of the outrageous-looking Aventador SVJ.
The description suggests this is a new Huracán derivative called the STO, which stands for Super Trofeo Omologato. First mentioned by Automobile in June 2019, the car will likely be a high-performance track-ready version of Lamborghini’s V-10 supercar—though nothing’s been confirmed.
Motor1 reports the Huracán STO will hit dealerships this year as a 2021 model-year car, and use a version of the 640-horsepower 5.2-liter V-10 from the Evo. The report says the car could also stay rear-wheel drive to save weight. Again, none of this official, so we can’t confirm specs just yet.
We’ve reached out to Lamborghini for clarification on the Huracán STO’s existence, and will update this article if we hear back.