Lamborghini has unveiled a unique iteration of the Huracan STO, the SC 10 Anniversario, in honor of its Squadra Corse motorsport division’s 10th anniversary. This one-off model showcases a captivating Verde Mantis green exterior, accentuated by Nero Noctis black accents. The color scheme mirrors that of the Squadra Corse’s Lamborghini S63 hybrid racer, set to compete at the legendary Le Mans 24 Hour endurance race in the coming year. With exclusive finishing touches such as the 10th-anniversary numbered door roundels and a vibrant Rosso Mars red stripe adorning the carbon-fiber aero parts, the Huracan STO SC 10 Anniversario stands out as an extraordinary tribute.
The track-focused Huracan STO also boasts the Squadra Corse emblem on its dorsal fin that runs from the roof scoop all the way to the imposing rear spoiler. Once inside the vehicle, drivers are greeted by Nero Ade black Alcantara seats with elegant Verde Fauns green stitching. Additionally, the Lambo includes four-point race harnesses, an aluminum roll bar, and a carbon-fiber floor cover as standard. Building on the strong connection with Squadra Corse, Lamborghini invited the engineers from the motorsport division to develop a performance kit for the Huracan STO.
The result is an enhanced aerodynamic package, comprising carbon-fiber flicks on the bonnet and an adjusted rear wing angle for increased downforce. Furthermore, the vehicle features race-car-derived suspension, including four-way adjustable dampers developed in collaboration with Bridgestone, and a new sports exhaust system created in partnership with Akrapovic. While the power output of the 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 engine remains undisclosed, it is expected to remain on par with the standard Huracan STO’s impressive 470kW and 565Nm of torque.
Although Lamborghini and Squadra Corse have not released pricing details for the exclusive Lamborghini Huracan STO SC 10 Anniversario, it is possible that the performance kit developed for this model will be offered to existing STO owners in the future. This commemorative edition could also signal the end of the current-generation Huracan lineup, as Lamborghini plans to introduce an all-new replacement by 2024. Speculation suggests that the next-generation model will feature an electrified V8 powertrain, taking over from the beloved naturally-aspirated V10 found in the current Huracan. [Source: Lamborghini]