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Lamborghini and 3T Unveil Huracan Sterrato Gravel Bike Inspired by the Supercar

The latest addition to the Huracan lineup, Lamborghini’s highly-anticipated Huracan Sterrato has recently been presented to the world at the company’s Beach Lounge high-tier gathering in Miami as the company's first modern all-terrain vehicle. But as it turns out, the Italian sports car manufacturer has something else up its sleeve.
3T Exploro RaceMax X Huracan Sterrato 9 photos
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The 602-hp (610-ps) V10-powered supercar is not the only people-mover wearing the Lamborghini badge ready to kick up dust from the dirt track. Lamborghini came up with the LM002 in the late 1980s and introduced the Urus super SUV in late 2017. The Italian marque has now partnered up with 3T for the creation of a premium gravel bike to accompany the release of the Huracan Sterrato.

Baptized the 3T Exploro RaceMax X Huracan Sterrato, the new bicycle takes construction and design cues from the supercar and comes with impressive all-terrain capability as well.

It was manufactured using 3T's proprietary technology and materials. As such, the bike features the company’s Fango RaceMax fork, Exploro seatpost, MinMax headset, and Aeroghiaia LTD handlebar.

Connecting the handlebars to the steerer tube of the bike’s fork is an Apto Stealth stem, and the Exploro RaceMax X Huracan Sterrato will also feature Sram Red brakes and a Discus 45 wheelset complete with Carbon Ti hubs.

Moreover, the gravel bike features the same Verde Gea color scheme as the Huracan Sterrato supercar and comes equipped with 700c Pirelli Cinturato Gravel M tires that allow it to go on just about any surface, while providing riders with an incredible off-road experience.

The bike’s lightweight frame is inspired by the construction of the Sterrato car and was made using a combination of carbon fiber and RTM resin injection that guarantees increased strength and stiffness.

The Exploro RaceMax X Huracan Sterrato gravel bike can already be pre-ordered on 3T’s website and will be made available globally in March 2023. It can be configured in four different frame sizes (51, 54, 56, 58) and retails for $15,000.
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After spending a few years as a copy editor, Ancuta decided to put down the eraser and pick up the writer's pencil. Her favorites subjects are unusual car designs, travel trailers and everything related to the great outdoors.
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