When you look at how technologically advanced the latest Lamborghini is, you almost want to stop and drop everything, just to withness the beauty that it displays. The 2021 Lamborghini Huracan STO looks to make it’s mark on the racetrack effectively. The STO happens to be a fierce addition of a Huracan so far. STO stands for Super Trofeo Omologata. And it has been helmed as the premiere Lamborghini that is used for the demands of a regular track.
What is so special about this Lamborghini?
Maybe the fact is that the vehicle has a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 that allows for less torque than the Performante with just about 631 horsepower and 417 pound-feet of torque. Also, the vehicle itself comes in a flavor to savor. Rear-wheel drive. The body of the car is absolutely carbon fiber. Meanwhile, the cabin is free of anything. The Lamborghini also says that there is less than 95 pounds of mass throughout the 3429-pounds found in the Performante.
Something you might be able to tell within this iteration of the Huracan, is a rear wing capable of manual adjustment within the realm of three different positions. If you adjust it well enough there can be 925 pounds of downforce at about 174 miles per hour.
Additionally, the vehicle has windshield glass 20 percent more thin than what you would typically find. Lamborghini models are each so beautiful and strange all at once. You wonder in that case if the central touchscreen can be reconfigured for more than just one data option. Such as one allowing for gear selections, as you hit a corner hard. The STO has a V-10, sure, but there is a substitute of a typical turbocharge in favor of something else. A linear power build, that allows to help the car push to adhesive edges per long corners.