Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Jota says farewell to the V10

10th April 2024
Russell Campbell

The Lamborghini Huracan STJ has been revealed as the company gears up to replace its entry-level supercar with a new hybrid model later this year.


Just ten Super Trofeo Jotas will be built, all of which get the same 639PS (470kW) V10 fitted to the Huracan STO, which is good for 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds and a 192mph top speed. While the STJ and STO share the same powertrains, the former can lap Lamborghini’s Nardo test track a whole second quicker.

That’s thanks to a new aero package that increases downforce by ten per cent, competition-derived four-way adjustable dampers, and Bridgestone Potenza semi-slicks.


You can have your STJ in a choice of two paint shades: Grigio Telesto Grey, with a black roof and red and white trim pieces or metallic blue Blu Eliadi, with the same black roof and red and white trims. All models also come with a commemorative plaque.

STJ prices have yet to be announced, but expect to pay more than £350,000 to be one of the chosen few to get your hands on one.

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