The angry-looking bull has a special livery alongside track-focused modifications on the aerodynamics, suspension, tires, and exhaust system
November 16, 2023 at 06:29
The Lamborghini Huracan might be sold out until the forthcoming end of its production later this year, but that didn’t stop the Sant’Agata company from unveiling another one-off special based on the STO performance flagship. The Huracan STO SC 10° Anniversario was designed to honor a decade of the brand’s Squadra Corse racing department, featuring a motorsport-inspired livery, tweaked aerodynamics, a more aggressive suspension setup, stickier tires, and a louder exhaust by Akrapovic.
The supercar was created by the Lamborghini Ad Personam Opera Unica program, meaning that this specification is limited to a single example. The livery is inspired by the Lamborghini SC63 hybrid racecar that will race in Le Mans, combining a Verde Mantis (green) and Nero Noctis (black) with the Italian tricolor stripes.
The numbered stickers on the doors communicate the 10th anniversary of the Lamborghini Squadra Corse, while the carbon fiber bits are highlighted by a Rosso Mars (red) stripe. Another special touch is the racing department’s emblem on the central fin that runs from the roof scoop all the way to the rear wing.
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Inside, we find Nero Ade (black) Alcantara upholstery on the seats with contrasting Verde Fauns (green) stitching. The four-point seatbelts, the aluminum roll bar, and the carbon fiber floor cover further accentuate the motorsport-inspired ambiance.
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While one-off builds are usually limited to a unique specification, the Lamborghini Huracan STO SC 10° Anniversario comes with a performance kit developed by the Squadra Corse engineers. This was designed to make the supercar even faster on the track.
A set of carbon fiber flicks mounted on the bonnet and the tweaked angle of the rear wing are said to increase downforce. More importantly, this STO comes fitted with new racing-derived shock absorbers and four-way adjustable dampers, working in combination with a new set of Bridgestone tires. Last but not least, a titanium exhaust by Akrapovic further accentuates the sound of the naturally aspirated V10 which makes 631 hp (471 kW / 640 PS) in the STO.
Lamborghini didn’t announce the price of the one-off special that is most likely already spoken for to a loyal customer and motorsport enthusiast. The extent of the modifications and the collectability of this anniversary model make us believe it will be one of the most expensive Huracans coming out of the Sant’Agata factory. As for the Lamborghini Squadra Corse, over the last decade it brought home more than 50 titles in the GT3 category, and three consecutive GTD class wins in the 24 Hours of Daytona.