A while ago, some young man in California fitted his Lamborghini Huracan with a pink exterior roll cage and the internet freaked out, calling it an off-road Lambo.
Lamborghini decided that it wasn't going to let some rich kid get the best of it, so it more or less told someone to hold its beer and went about turning the Huracan into some kind of high-powered rally mutant.
The result is called the Huracan Sterrato, and the folks from Sant'Agata unleashed it on the world on Tuesday.
To start with, Lamborghini chose its Huracan Evo model as a base platform.
It left the excellent 5.2-liter V10 well enough alone and focused most of its efforts on adjusting the electronic traction and stability program (known in Lambo-speak as LDVI or Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata) to work on the dirt.
Next, it jacked the car up a bunch, giving it 47 millimeters of ground clearance and improving the car's approach angle by 1% and its departure angle by 6.5%.