Lamborghini Huracan: the company registers the Sterrato and Tecnica brands

Lamborghini has filed the names Huracan Sterrato and Huracan Tecnica , anticipating the arrival of two new possible variants of the supercar with a V10 engine. The two mysterious names were spotted by an Australian website, but filed in Europe on October 28.   In recent years, the car manufacturer from Sant'Agata Bolognese has already used both names. Dirt was used for a concept car introduced in 2019, which featured various off-road features, including underbody protection, raised ride height and off-road tires. A report that emerged at the presentation of the concept indicated that Lamborghini was working on a production version of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato .  The name Tecnica , on the other hand, was previously used on the Gallardo, the predecessor of the Huracan. In particular, the Lamborghini Gallardo Technical Edition was launched in 2012 as a special version based on the Gallardo LP570-4. This special edition added a braking system with carbon-ceramic discs, a fixed rear wing and some changes to the bodywork.  It is worth noting that car manufacturers often register trademarks or renew existing ones to protect the names used in the past from being used by other companies. As the Lamborghini Huracan is nearing the end of its life cycle, it is possible that the Bolognese brand will launch a couple of special editions on the market.

Lamborghini has filed the names Huracan Sterrato and Huracan Tecnica , anticipating the arrival of two new possible variants of the supercar with a V10 engine. The two mysterious names were spotted by an Australian website, but filed in Europe on October 28.

In recent years, the car manufacturer from Sant'Agata Bolognese has already used both names. Dirt was used for a concept car introduced in 2019, which featured various off-road features, including underbody protection, raised ride height and off-road tires. A report that emerged at the presentation of the concept indicated that Lamborghini was working on a production version of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato .

Lamborghini has filed the names Huracan Sterrato and Huracan Tecnica , anticipating the arrival of two new possible variants of the supercar with a V10 engine. The two mysterious names were spotted by an Australian website, but filed in Europe on October 28.   In recent years, the car manufacturer from Sant'Agata Bolognese has already used both names. Dirt was used for a concept car introduced in 2019, which featured various off-road features, including underbody protection, raised ride height and off-road tires. A report that emerged at the presentation of the concept indicated that Lamborghini was working on a production version of the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato .  The name Tecnica , on the other hand, was previously used on the Gallardo, the predecessor of the Huracan. In particular, the Lamborghini Gallardo Technical Edition was launched in 2012 as a special version based on the Gallardo LP570-4. This special edition added a braking system with carbon-ceramic discs, a fixed rear wing and some changes to the bodywork.  It is worth noting that car manufacturers often register trademarks or renew existing ones to protect the names used in the past from being used by other companies. As the Lamborghini Huracan is nearing the end of its life cycle, it is possible that the Bolognese brand will launch a couple of special editions on the market.

The name Tecnica , on the other hand, was previously used on the Gallardo, the predecessor of the Huracan. In particular, the Lamborghini Gallardo Technical Edition was launched in 2012 as a special version based on the Gallardo LP570-4. This special edition added a braking system with carbon-ceramic discs, a fixed rear wing and some changes to the bodywork.

It is worth noting that car manufacturers often register trademarks or renew existing ones to protect the names used in the past from being used by other companies. As the Lamborghini Huracan is nearing the end of its life cycle, it is possible that the Bolognese brand will launch a couple of special editions on the market.

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