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Lamborghini Huracán STO specs

Price in Europe €249,412
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1339 kg (2952 lbs)
Introduced 2020
Origin country Italy
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Performance

0 - 100 kph3.0 s
0 - 200 kph9.0 s
Est. 1000 m20.4 s @ 276.0 kph
Est. 100 - 200 kph6.0 s
Est. 0 - 60 mph2.8 s
Est. 1/8 mile7.3 s @ 111.2 mph
Est. 1/4 mile10.9 s @ 136.1 mph
Est. 1/2 mile17.5 s @ 164.0 mph
Est. 1 mile28.1 s @ 184.5 mph
Top speed310 kph (193 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 09.4 s @ 669 ft
Est. max acceleration1.02 g (10 m/s²)
100 kph - 030 m (98 ft)
200 kph - 0110 m (361 ft)
Lamborghini Huracán STO acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type V10
Displacement 5.2 l (318 ci / 5204 cc)
Power 640 ps (631 bhp / 471 kw) @ 8000 rpm
Torque 565 Nm (417 lb-ft) @ 6500 rpm
Power / liter 123 ps (121 hp)
Power / weight 478 ps (471 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 422 Nm (311 lb-ft) / t
Power / €5000 13 ps
Transmission 7 speed dual clutch automatic
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive
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GTR275  2w ago

Huracan STO dry weight - 1339 KG but 488 pista is 1280 KG only...

STO another problem is torque is less than Evo..., no confidence on handling?


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CMRDNOOB  2m ago

It seems that 1339kg is its dry weight, not curb weight. And why the output isn't going up like, at all? I remember they got that 30 extra PS out of that lp610 by just change its exhaust. I would assume that engine still has some juice underneath. And judge by the look of that spoiler, it really seems it has a F1 style DRS system…


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SpeedKing  2m ago

Lamborghini claim that the Huracan STO has a 37% increase in airflow efficiency and 53% more downforce than the Performante. What the hell does that mean in terms of overall net effect?



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Lucas  2m ago

Verry imortant notes

What's it all mean? Lamborghini says the Performante can lap Daytona in 1:51.80, while the full-race-car Huracán GT3 EVO can do so in 1:46.40. The STO splits the two nicely, turning in a 1:48.86 lap. That's pretty dang impressive for a street-legal anything.

In terms of kinematic changes, the track has been widened, the bushings are stiffer, and the car features STO-specific anti-roll bars. The Huracán STO also has special, asymmetrical Bridgestone Potenza Sport tires. No Pirellis? Sacrilegio, right? Actually, it's not the first time Lambo has shelved the Pirellis; due to noise regulations, the Diablo had to use Bridgestones in Switzerland. Besides, Reggiani says these Bridgestones offer not only increased performance over the Trofeos found on the Performante and EVO but that the additional performance won't degrade after several laps—an issue we've noticed with the Pirellis.

The STO has Brembo's mid-level CCM-R carbon-ceramic brake system, the same sort of stoppers found on the McLaren Senna. The first level is just for street use and called CCM. You'll find these on cars like the Performante/EVO, as well as Porsche GT3 and Ferrari Pista. CCM-R are rated for both street and track use, whereas the highest-level brakes, called Carbon-Carbon, are track-only. Lamborghini claims the CCM-R brakes endow the STO with 25 percent more stopping power, decelerate 7 percent more quickly, handle heat four times better, and are 60 percent more resistant to stress than CCM brakes. They should be even more resistant to fade, too, as the STO features a unique brake cooling system which also allows the driver to monitor each rotor's temperature from inside the car.

The mode selector switch on the bottom of the steering wheel remains, but the modes themselves have changed to STO, Trofeo, and Pioggia. The default STO position is the on-road mode, and equivalent to the Performante's Sport setting. This is a great thing, as the least-aggressive Strada mode on most Huracáns is, well, a bad mode due to the throttle mapping, and most MotorTrend staffers instantly click the cars into Sport. The STO saves this step. Trofeo is dry race mode, and Piaggia is wet race mode. It's as simple as that. Speaking of simple, the front of the STO tips forward like a Miura's, and the frunk is perfectly sized to hold a helmet. In case all the foregoing isn't racy enough for you, four-point belts are standard.


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Hoppelmoppel123  2m ago

Let´s hope they didnt ruin the sound like in the Porsche 992 Turbo S.


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FastestLaps  2m ago

I am digging the contrasting orange splitter/sideskirt/diffusor line that goes around the car. Also the Sesto Elemento type "holes" into the front trunk. Probably best looking Lambo right now. And definitely like a GT3 race car.


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Lambolover  2m ago

Also the torque is 585Nm please fix


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Lambolover  2m ago

Can we have Huracan STO vs AMG GT BS comparison instead of Ferrari Portofino M?

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