Super Trofeo Omologata, STO for short: the latest creation of the Italian sports brand got this name for no reason, as it directly utilizes the experience gained in Lamborghini’s global motorsport activities with the Super Trofeo EVO and Huracán GT3 EVO racing cars.
Let’s start with the engine because it’s the simplest: the 5.2-liter V10 is the same 640-horsepower, 565 Nm torque engine that serves in the Huracán EVO and Super Trofeo racing cars. It accelerates the car consumed to 1340 kg (dry weight) to 100 km / h from a standstill in 3.0 seconds. It takes up to 200 seconds to reach a top speed of 310 km / h.
The chassis is a unique development: the track width has been increased, the bushings are stiffer, the cornering stabilizer is harder, the damping is adaptive. The rear-wheel steering has been retuned, the steering gear is more direct, and they have gotten rid of the variable transmission, giving us a predictable, very direct steering feel in every situation.
The carbon-ceramic brake system has been given extra cooling, with six pistons at the front and four pistons at the rear biting the huge discs. Both the load capacity of the braking system and the maximum braking force increased significantly, the deceleration rate improved by 7%. The car stops at 30 meters from 100 km / h, if we brake from 200, the braking distance is 110 meters.
The STO is 43 kilograms lighter than the already featherweight Huracán Performante. Even the carbon fiber elements were further consumed, the wheels were made of magnesium, the windshield was thinned.
The most spectacular change is the aerodynamic package, which, in addition to increasing the clamping force, is designed to quench the engine’s thirst and help cool all moving components. It would be possible to detail the solutions drawn from competitive sports, let us now stick to two important cornerstones: the medium resistance of the STO decreased by 37 percent, while the clamping force increased by 53 percent compared to the Huracán Performant.
The car is almost a quarter of a million euros for the European direction, which is roughly 90 million forints.
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