Painted in Green Verde Mantis green with contrasting Nero Noctis black elements, the commemorative Lamborghini Huracan STO SC10 Aniversario matches the same livery as Squadra Corse’s own Lamborghini S63 hybrid racer that will race in next year’s Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race. Will fight to win.
Other nods to the racing division include 10th anniversary numbered door roundels and a striking Rosso Mars red stripe on the leading edge of the carbon-fibre aero parts.
Exclusive track-focused Huracan STO It also gets the Squadra Corse emblem on its dorsal wing which runs from the roof scoop to the large rear spoiler.
Inside, there are Nero Ade black Alcantara seats with verde fawn green stitching.
As standard, the motorsport-inspired Lambo comes with four-point race harnesses, an aluminum roll bar and carbon-fibre floor covers.
Strengthening the relationship with Squadra Corse, Lamborghini invited engineers from the motorsport division to create a performance kit.
The result is that the Huracán STO gets a new set of carbon-fibre flicks added to the bonnet, while the angle of the rear wing is changed by three degrees to deliver more than 450kg of downforce at the standard car’s 280km/h top speed. Has been given.
under the skin, already extreme huracan sto Gets a race-car-derived suspension that includes four-way adjustable dampers that have been developed with new Bridgestone tyres.
Finally, Squadra Corse engineers have worked with Akrapovic to create a new sports exhaust.
It is not known whether the already angry 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 provides more power than the 470kW and 565Nm of torque. standard car,
Neither Lamborghini nor Squadra Corse have released pricing for the Lamborghini Huracan STO SC10 Aniversario, but the new performance kit may be offered to existing STO owners in the future.
The anniversary model could be one of the last Huracáns of the current generation in Sant’Agata, Following the announcement that an all-new replacement will go on sale before the end of 2024,
There are no official details on what the next-generation Lambo supercar will be powered by, but there is talk that it could come with an electrified V8 in place of the naturally-aspirated V10 of the current car.