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Lamborghini Huracán STO specs

Price in Europe €249,412 - €422,379
Price in US $333,633 - $453,396
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1339-1519 kg (2952-3349 lbs)
Introduced 2020
Origin country Italy
Gas mileage 39.0-10.0 l/100 km (6-23 mpg US / 7-28 mpg UK)
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Acceleration (mph)

0 - 60 mph2.6 s
0 - 100 mph5.6 s
0 - 130 mph9.4 s
0 - 150 mph13.5 s
0 - 170 mph19.9 s
Est. 1/8 mile7.3 s @ 110.6 mph
1/4 mile10.5 s @ 136.0 mph
Est. 1/2 mile17.6 s @ 163.4 mph
Est. 1 mile28.1 s @ 185.2 mph

Acceleration (kph)

0 - 40 kph1.1 s
0 - 50 kph1.4 s
0 - 60 kph1.8 s
0 - 80 kph2.3 s
0 - 100 kph3.0 s
0 - 120 kph3.8 s
0 - 130 kph4.3 s
0 - 140 kph4.7 s
0 - 160 kph5.8 s
0 - 180 kph7.1 s
0 - 200 kph8.9 s
0 - 220 kph11.5 s
0 - 240 kph14.5 s
0 - 250 kph15.4 s
0 - 260 kph18.3 s
0 - 280 kph24.1 s
0 - 300 kph28.7 s
100 m4.7 s @ 141.0 kph
1000 m19.3 s @ 269.9 kph
Lamborghini Huracán STO acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed314 kph (195 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 09.8 s @ 702 ft
Est. max acceleration1.02 g (10 m/s²)
18m slalom76.2 kph (47.3 mph)
Emissions342 g/km
Lateral acceleration1.14 g (11 m/s²)

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 434 ps (428 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 384 Nm (283 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 44 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 10 ps
Transmission 7 speed dual clutch automatic
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

Braking distance

60 kph - 012 m (40 ft)
100 kph - 029 m (95 ft)
130 kph - 050 m (164 ft)
140 kph - 060 m (198 ft)
160 kph - 079 m (260 ft)
200 kph - 0110 m (360 ft)
70 mph - 047 m (154 ft)
100 mph - 085 m (278 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)2.8 s
60 - 100 kph (5)3.8 s
80 - 120 kph (4)2.7 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.6 s
80 - 120 kph (6)5.2 s
80 - 120 kph (7)6.3 s
80 - 160 kph (4)5.2 s
80 - 160 kph (5)7.3 s
80 - 160 kph (6)10.5 s
80 - 160 kph (7)13.2 s
60 - 100 kph1.3 s
80 - 120 kph1.6 s
Est. 100 - 140 kph2.0 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph6.2 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph19.5 s

Interior noise

Noise @ idle63 dB
Noise @ 50 kph69 dB
Noise @ 80 kph74 dB
Noise @ 100 kph76 dB
Noise @ 130 kph79 dB
Noise @ 160 kph85 dB
Noise @ 180 kph90 dB
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Lambolover  1d ago

 

STO 1:32.3 at Nurburgring GP
Barely faster than Huracan LP610!!!!

 

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ChironSS  1d ago

Has it done well ANYWHERE? The McLaren 765LT is similar.


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Corvolet3  1d ago

A shame really. This car looks so damn sexy, it's almost a sheep in wolf's clothing.


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Freakz  1d ago

What tires were used for this?


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SpeedKing  1d ago

Lamborghini executives shot themselves in the foot going with Bridgestone tyres for the STO. On most tracks Cup2R's would reduce the laptimes set by the STO by 2 sec which would be a more representative time of its capabilities.

BTW i wouldn't pay too much cred on Auto Zeitung lap times given that the AMG GT BS was faster than the Senna there lol


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ben275  20h ago @SpeedKing

Trofeo Rs might be the best compromise, still very very sticky but more usable for everyday life than Cup2 Rs.


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SpeedKing  19h ago @ben275

I find it baffling that Lamborghini didn't get Pirelli to produce an bespoke new TrofeoR which they did for Pagani and the 765LT but who knows what goes on behind the scenes?


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ChironSS  16h ago @SpeedKing

I saw McLaren's "official" response on McLaren Life as to specifically why the McLaren 765LT on a "hotlap" did worse than the Mclaren 720S. It was buried, but I eventually found it.

The answer didn't appease the (apparent) and present 765LT owners, at all.

Shaking my head.


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Lambolover  2d ago

 

Magny Cours GP lap


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Lambolover  2d ago

 

Magny Cours club laptime
And I like how even the Magazine agrees that Bridgestones are the problem


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ChironSS  1w ago

Supercharged Lamborghini Huracan STO!

 


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dr. cosimo  2w ago

anyway............blame the fu-cking jap crap bridgetittysucks for the poor performance and lap times, it was mentioned that it was very much an inferior rubber compared to pirelli trofeo r and michelin cup 2 r.

reminds you of this poster from the 1940s

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Vairano Handling Course:

1:10,251

Vairano Pro:

1:23,874

Acceleration:

0-60: 1,7
0-100: 3,0
0-120: 3,8
0-130: 4,3
0-160: 6,0
0-180: 7,3
0-200: 9,1
0-220: 11,1
0-240: 14,0

0-400m: 10,7 s @ 215,8 km/h

0-1000m: 19.5 s @ 268,7 km/h

Braking:

100-0: 34,0 m
200-0: 123,7 m

Weight: 1,517 kg

Tires: Bridgestone Potenza 'Sport'

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Lambolover  2w ago

 


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196ss  1m ago

@Hoppelmoppel, please add those Vairano Pro laptimes:)



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ChironSS  2m ago

 


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ChironSS  2m ago

Well, it didn't happen. The much rumored 1000hp V12 hybrid Lamborghini Aventador replacement can't come soon enough! Bloody hell! :(


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ChironSS  2m ago

LAMBORGHINI STO VS PORSCHE GT2RS! I hope it TRASHES it!

 


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ChironSS  2m ago

 


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Lambolover  2m ago

 


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Lambolover  2m ago

Well unfortunately the history of Lamboghinis being slow because of the tires repeated itself again
Remember Aventador SV's laptimes which were slower than Huracan LP610 on most tracks?
SV had Corsas while Huracan had trofeos and the thing is as MT said in their review, SV would have Trofeo R as an option in next model years but it was too late since all the laptimes were done

Well same situation happened to Porsche GT2 and Mclaren 720S but they sent some press cars back to redo some of the laptimes on better tires or waited to do some of the tests with the better tire

I hope Lamborghini resends a good presscar with a good Cup2R or trofeo R compound and smash all of their rivals with the STO
For example the Serres racing circuit laptime was done on Cup2R according to the driver and was 0.6-0.7 secs quicker than Performante on Pirelli SLICKS


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ChironSS  2m ago

Lamborghini STO vs Porsche GT3 maybe the English testers can show what the Italian can do?

 


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Lambolover  2m ago

Here you go
Even Chris Harris himself says Bridgestones aren't good enough for this car

 

From around 1:45


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Ben  2m ago

The tyres used in the 1:48 lap were the street tyres not the race ones available.


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Anonymous  3m ago

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SpeedKing  3m ago

It appears that Lamborghini buggered up bigtime partnering with Bridgestone as their tyre supplier for the STO. The Bridgestone Sport tyre is only as good as the Michelin Pilot Sport 4S and Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport and the wear is absolute rubbish. Ok it's not the Bridgestone Race tyre that has been used in a few track tests but i suspect there's little chance it's as grippy as the Michelin Cup2R.

 


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Chubasco   4m ago

I wasn’t speaking necessarily about Lamborghini. I’m talking about the German car industry in general, VAG upfront.


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Lambolover  4m ago

Just to show how quick STO is from 100-200
Here's a drag race against a 488 GTB while 488 jumps big time and also STO suddenly shifts from 3rd to 5th but still catches up a little

https://youtube.com/shorts/AG_VRsOONBY?feature=share


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hostboy  4m ago

If someone is trapping 132 mph in a Huracan STO, someone has got to have issues. A Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye does that while taking a second longer. Also so do the Chevy Corvette ZR1 (C7 manual) and Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (S550).

My computed estimates for the Huracan are a 10.6-second at 140-mph quarter-mile time, even with the estimated 194-mph top speed (very similar to Lambo's 193 claim). If that's optimistic to you, just know that Lamborghini is part of Audi AG (ala VW Group), which has a reputation of underrating vehicles' performance results, especially with Audi, Bentley, and Porsche.

124 divided by 140, multiplied by 10.6, is 9.4. Now, no car is going to go from 124-140 in 1.2 sec, that's a wet dream. But between 8.3 and 8.8 seconds is a fair range, considering the 140-mph trap speed. (Similar to the 9.0-second 0-124mph time claim also.)

Depending on whether the ground is exactly in a perfect straight line or on a downhill curve by 1-2%, a maximum of 8.8 seconds to 124 mph is required to reach 140 mph in a quarter-mile street race by 10.6 seconds, and that's without a 1-foot rollout, launch control, or any of that other cheating crap.

Wait for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS in its 992 form and WATCH. That car is going to do a 10.9 at 135 mph; in magazine tests that conduct a 1-foot rollout, 10.7 or 10.6 seconds. It's really going to be freaking quick and that's thanks to its shorter gear ratios than the Huracan.

Lamborghini might not have underrated cars in the past (Countach and Diablo were mostly horrible at reaching advertised power outputs), but now they do. This is because they ditched the old-school GM and Chrysler muscle car technology and mindset (unlike Ferrari), for something that's actually productive. Why do you think Ferrari's 2+2 grand tourers still used 3-speed and 4-speed automatic transmissions? Most of Ferrari's cars are secretly equipped with GM's MagneRide suspension systems.

Lamborghini is a very high-tech brand even without the use of electrification or turbocharging, discounting the Urus SUV and newer hypercars. (I consider Ferrari 812 Superfast to be a competitor for Porsche 911 Turbo S and Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, not really Lamborghini Aventador.) Because Lamborghini is affiliated with VW AG, they have to underrate their cars. Maybe not as much as Porsche, but they're still very conservative.

This is why you won't see a junior-body Lamborghini officially advertised at 800 hp or a senior-body Lamborghini officially advertised at 1000 hp just yet. General rule is, 25% drivetrain loss for Ferrari and Maserati; much less for most exotic brands, 0% for Lamborghini, McLaren, and Porsche.

Hence why the Porsche 918 Spyder was the least advertised power car while it can easily trump both of them in acceleration (the McLaren P1 and the LaFerrari); the only reason why it's slower by 235 km/h is because of two things: the AWD makes it heavier (I'll admit it adds a bit more to drivetrain loss than I suggested), and two of its three electric motors shut off at that speed, unlike for the other two cars.

The 991.2 GT2 RS is actually much, much quicker than the C7 ZR1 and Ford GT that it was marketed to go against; it can keep up with the AMG GT Black Series, 720S Track Pack (don't say 765LT, please), and 488 Pista in most straight-line performance aspects.

When Lamborghini left Chrysler for some strange company only to leave that one, Volkswagen bought it and improved it significantly with the Diablo VT 6.0 as well as the limited-production Diablo GT; these were the first two non-hypercars (by 1990s and 2000s standards) to deliver hypercar performance. Back then, only cars like Ferrari F40/F50, McLaren F1, Jaguar XJ220, Bugatti EB110 were achieving such performance numbers. Funny thing is the Diablo was marketed as a direct competitor to Ferrari's 12-cylinder grand tourers (both the mid-engine ones and the front-engine ones).


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Lambolover  4m ago

 

0-100 3.0 secs
0-200 8.9 secs
1000m 19.4 secs