Four versions of the Lamborghini Huracan recently set out on a special road trip from the Lamborghini Lounge in Porto Cervo, Italy along some of the finest roads in Sardinia. The weapons of choice? A Huracan Evo Spyder, a Huracan STO, a Huracan Tecnica, and a Huracan Sterrato.
The Italian car manufacturer is currently celebrating its 60th anniversary and soon, the Huracan will be dropped from the Lamborghini line-up and replaced with a new mid-engined supercar, likely with a hybrid powertrain. The four cars drove together for more than 186 miles (300 km), taking in the sights and sounds of the stunning Italian island.
The Lamborghini Lounge Porto Cervo on the island serves as the ultimate location for new and existing customers of the brand. It includes an Ad Personam Studio where shoppers can configure their perfect Lamborghini and choose between more than 400 different colors. In addition, examples of the Huracan Evo Spyder, STO, Tecnica, and Sterrato are all available for test drives on the island.
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Of the four, it is the Sterrato that is the most recent addition to the Huracan family. Two examples are currently in Sardinia, finished in Arancio Xanto and Bianco Phanes. One has an interior bathed in Nero Cosmus materials and contrasted with Rosso Alala stitching while the second Sterrato’s cabin is a mix of Nero Ade with Bianco Phanes stitching.
Similarly, a pair of Huracan Tecnicas are in Sardinia, painted in Verde Citrea and Blue Astraeus respectively. Although the Tecnica may not be as track-focused as the STO, it is perhaps the most well-rounded Huracan of them all, combining the STO’s engine and rear-wheel drive layout with less overt looks and a more feature-rich cabin. Lamborghini also has two Huracan Evo Spyders and two Huracan STOs currently in the island.