Home / Social media / Cars / The Lamborghini Huracán's final hurrah - the Huracán STJ - ends off a successful 10-year production run.


Lamborghini’s Huracán is easily the Italian automaker’s most popular supercar they’ve made. Since it was launched way back in 2014 there have been quite a few variations and updates to keep it competitive in the highly-competitive market segment it plays in. Being the supercar of choice for some of the most popular YouTube channels and celebrities has also helped the car’s popularity. When the big channels start getting views in the millions and the YouTube cheques start rolling in it usually results in a Huracán purchase as a celebration. Then there are the chaps who like to go fast, in recent years we’ve been seeing highly modified Lamborghinis out there using the iconic V10 and V12 powerplants in twin-turbo form and kicking some serious butt in the popular dig racing format. Since its launch around 10 years ago, we’ve been treated to the LP 610-4 in Coupé and Spyder guise, the LP 580-2 in Coupé and Spyder guise, the LP 640-4 Performanté in Coupé and Spyder guise, the LP 640-4 EVO in Coupé and Spyder guise, the LP 610-2 EVO RWD in Coupé and Spyder guise, the LP 640-2 STO, the LP 640-2 Tecnica and the latest incarnation - the off-road capable LP 610-4 Sterrato. After a 10-year production run and over 20,000 Huracáns on roads around the world, the nameplate is set to retire and the platform will no longer be available after 2024. This is Lamborghini, remember, and that means special edition cars are par for the course and the end of such a successful supercar is celebrated with the release of one final variation - the Huracán STJ. As you may be able to tell from the pics, this last hurrah is based on the amazing Huracán STO.

In this case, STJ stands for Super Trofeo Jota, paying some homage to the Lamborghini Super Trofeo, the company’s single-make racing championship that was established in 2009. The Jota part of the name refers to Appendix J of the FIA Regulations that define racing car specifications and it follows a long tradition of Lamborghini models developed for the track, starting from the Miura SVJ and continuing with the Aventador SVJ. The STJ features a dedicated aerodynamic package from Lamborghini Squadra Corse and it combines more than ten years of successful Gran Turismo competition. The kit sees the addition of the iconic “cofango” which is a pair of all-new carbon fibre aerodynamic flicks and the angle of the rear wing has been increased by 3° resulting in a 10% increase in aerodynamic load while maintaining perfect balance. Mechanical grip has been increased with adjustable racing-derived shocks that allow lower spring stiffness to be used while maintaining optimal dynamic control of the car while also increasing steering precision. The STJ receives lightweight 20-inch single-nut wheels paired with special Bridgestone Potenza Race tyres. The aesthetics are brilliant and there are two different configurations and livery options from Lamborghini Centro Stile. The first combines Grigio Telesto (grey) bodywork combined with a Nero Noctis (black) roof with Rosso Mars (red) and Bianco Isi (white) details, while the cabin features Nero Cosmus (black) Alcantara seats with leather details and contrasting Rosso Alala (red) stitching. The second configuration available has Blu Eliadi (blue) bodywork with a Nero Noctis (black) roof with Rosso Mars (red) and Bianco Isi (white) details. Both incarnations feature a numbered carbon fibre plate denoting which version of the ten models planned for production it is that you’re looking at. There’s also an option to add a custom plate on the passenger side. The powerplant is also derived from the STO, it’s that iconic normally aspirated 5.2 litre V10 that kicks out the 470 kW and 565 Nm of torque and it’s mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission that sends power to the rear wheels.

Take a look at the YouTube video that details the last of the Lamborghini Huracán models we'll see - the absolutely stunning Huracán STJ. Based on the STO, the STJ has a few more special tweaks and additions to make it a great end to a successful production run - and just 10 people will be able to own one such is the way for limited edition run-out models: Lamborghini Huracán STJ: “The Last Dance” | AOCreatrix

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