Lamborghini will print a new supercar on a 3D printer

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Lamborghini will print a new supercar on a 3D printer

Lamborghini introduced the Huracan an aggressive concept Sterrato, but it turns out that the supercar manufacturer is ready to launch a special model in production in 2021, and its cost will be approximately 270 thousand dollars.

It is expected that the Italian company plans to release Sterrato in a limited series of 500 to 1000 units, for Lamborghini technical Director Maurizio Reggiani has confirmed that “preliminary economic study assumes that the car can make a profit”.

To control costs, the company is ready to manufacture some of the components of a special lightweight synthetic material by printing them on a 3D printer. Thus, Sterrato will be an interesting addition to the range of Lamborghini, and should help to support sales of the aging Huracan, time-successor, which had previously been shifted to 2024.

The concept is based on the Sterrato Huracan Evo – he’s got a protective side plate, skid plate, reinforced with aluminium side skirts, flared fenders, led lights, increased by 47 mm ground clearance and 20-inch wheels with specially designed tires.

As the power plant for Huracan Sterrato used for the traditional Lamba a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 640 horsepower and is paired with a 7-speed automatic with dual clutch and AWD system.