Even if Lamborghini Huracan sales are expected to finish later this year, the Sant'Agata-based manufacturer has unveiled another limited-edition special centred upon the STO performance flagship. In celebration of ten years of the company's Squadra Corse racing division, the Huracan STO SC 10° Anniversario was created. It has a motorsport-inspired livery, modified aerodynamics, an aggressive suspension setup, sticky tires, and an Akrapovic louder exhaust.
This specification is restricted to a single Lamborghini Ad Personam Opera Unica supercar, as the vehicle in question was developed under that program. The Lamborghini SC63 hybrid racer, which will compete in Le Mans, inspired the livery, combining the Italian tricolour stripes with Verde Mantis (green) and Nero Noctis (black).
The numbered stickers on the doors commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Lamborghini Squadra Corse, and a Rosso Mars (red) stripe highlights the carbon fibre components. Another unique feature is the racing department's insignia, which extends from the roof scoop to the rear wing.
The seats inside have Nero Ade (black) Alcantara fabric with stitching contrasting with Verde Fauns (green). The carbon fibre floor covering, aluminium roll bar, and four-point seatbelts all add to the atmosphere of racing.
A performance package created by the engineers at Squadra Corse is included with the Lamborghini Huracan STO SC 10° Anniversario, unlike one-off builds that are often restricted to a single specification. This was engineered to increase the supercar's speed on the racetrack.
It is said that the modified angle of the rear wing and a pair of carbon fibre flicks installed on the bonnet would provide more downforce. More significantly, this STO has been equipped with brand-new shock absorbers with racing inspiration and four-way adjustable dampers that operate in tandem with brand-new Bridgestone tires. Last but not least, the naturally aspirated V10 in the STO produces 631 horsepower (471 kW / 640 PS), which is further enhanced by an Akrapovic titanium exhaust.
The one-time offer, which is most likely already reserved by a devoted client and race aficionado, was kept private by Lamborghini. This jubilee model will be among the priciest Huracans to leave the Sant'Agata facility due to the amount of alterations and its collectability. Regarding the Lamborghini Squadra Corse, it has won three straight GTD class victories in the 24 Hours of Daytona and more than 50 championships in the GT3 class over the past ten years.