Giving the Italian beast a more refined exterior look
Lamborghini Huracán STO - Vossen LC2-A2 Wheels
The Lamborghini Huracán STO will be the final Huracán model to come out of the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory before electrification kicks in. The Huracán STO, or Super Trofeo Omologata, is the final hoorah for the model, all the while giving us a tiny glimpse of what the future holds for the Italian carmaker before sunsetting the ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) that provided such a powerful & exhilarating experience with these cars. After all, Lamborghini sold 17,500 of these worldwide since its release in 2014 thus far, not a bad number for any limited edition vehicle, let alone for a $300,000 supercar.
“The Huracán STO is a celebration of the combustion engine,” Andrea Baldi, the new North American CEO of Lamborghini, told TechCrunch while sitting trackside at Willow Springs Raceway during a press event to test the all-new Huracán STO, a street-to-racetrack super sports car that starts at $327,838 before taxes and delivery.
For the most part, the STO delivers all the feel and tech from a race car to a road-legal model, allowing the driver to experience its extreme aerodynamics, track-honed handling dynamics, lightweight contents, and the highest-performing V10 engine both on and off the track, enticing all the emotions of the racetrack in daily driving modes. Furthermore, everything is lightweight with the Huracán STO. While its design may follow the design lines of the likes of the Huracán Super Trofeo EVO, the Huracán STO features a completely revised shape that optimizes the vehicle’s aerodynamics, all the while lowering the weight of the car even further. Thanks, due to over 75% of the body panels on this vehicle are made from carbon fiber.
On the inside, the car features the same track-oriented design, using lightweight, high-quality materials throughout—most notably carbon fiber – to achieve race-inspired perfection, creating a unique & appealing interior that allows the driver to fully experience this beast. Alongside the carbon, you will find fine Alcantara and Carbon Skin finishes for added performance flair and functional style. A great addition to such an impressive car overall.
For the owner of this Lamborghini Huracán STO, adding a simple custom touch thanks to a set of aftermarket wheels is what sets his ride apart. This time, the owner went with a set of lightweight Vossen LC2-A2 wheels, giving this aggressive Italian supercar an even more impressive look. The wheels are sized 20×9.5 in the front and 21×12.5 in the rear. They come finished in a Gloss Black finish. Finally, the car got a custom Ryft exhaust system, further emphasizing the growl of the 5.2 Liter V10 engine even further.
You can grab a look at this Lamborghini Huracán STO build in the media gallery right below.