STO is an abbreviation for Super Trofeo Omologata, and it's the spiritual successor to the track-focused Huracan Performante from 2018
STO is an abbreviation for Super Trofeo Omologata, and it’s the spiritual successor to the track-focused Huracan Performante from 2018. Loosely translated, it’s a homologated road car based on the race car from Lamborghini’s one-make Super Trofeo Evo series, and it celebrates the company winning the 24 Hours of Daytona’s GT3 class three years in a row.
The heart of the STO starts with the Huracan Evo’s 5.2-liter V10 engine, previously inherited from the Performante, but it’s been retuned to optimize response. Spec sheet jockeys may notice that although the peak power remains at 631 horsepower, maximum torque does drops to 417 lb-ft from 443 lb-ft. The explanation Lamborghini offers is a trade-off for a fuller and more consistent torque curve throughout the rpm range, versus trying to just maximize the torque peak.
The style of Lamborghinis has always been more brash than the average exotic car, even before radioactive paint colors are applied. The STO has a lot of aero flair in front and back, but it’s not just for attention.
Exterior Color – Matt – Grigio Artis and Blu Nila (Contrast Pack)
Interior Color – Nero Cosmus & Blu Amon
Model Year – 2022
Transmission – Automatic
Status – Brand New
Engine – 5.2L V10
Warranty – 3 Years