The STJ Is The Last Of The Lamborghini Huracans

This is it. One last Huracan. Lamborghini calls it the STJ, and as we reported earlier, the Huracan Super Trofeo Jota will be the last dance for the V10 supercar. The STJ is based heavily on the Huracan’s STO configuration. The two produce the same power from the 5.2-liter V10 (631 horsepower and 417 pound-feet) and use the same 7-speed dual-clutch automatic driving power to the back wheels.

From here out, the STJ begins to differentiate itself. As the “Super Trofeo” part of the name implies, the car uses dampers derived from those in use in Lamborghini’s one-make race series. Again leaning on the Huracan’s racing credo, the STJ will come wearing Bridgestone Potenza racing tires. There’s also center-locking wheels like those found on the STO. Slightly different aero is used for the STJ. It gets a new rear wing angle and carbon fiber canards positioned off the corners of the bumper. These changes added up to a load of time on the track, per Lamborghini, which says the STJ more than a second off the STO’s lap time at the Nardo test track.

Two liveries will be available- the blue one shown here and a gray one featuring similar red and white accenting. Of course, there will also be a plaque in the car to tell buyers just how special theirs is, numbered “1 of 10,” and owners will be able to add a customized plate to the passenger side with a personal message, such as “I got the last one, suckers,” or similar. No need to worry about pricing- even if Lamborghini’s press materials made mention of it, the last of the Huracans were sold off at least a year ago, if not before. 5.2-liter FSI V10, we hardly knew ye.

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Chase Bierenkoven
Chase Bierenkoven

Chase is an automotive journalist with years of experience in the industry. He writes for outlets like Edmunds and AutoGuide, among many others. When not writing, Chase is in front of the camera over at The Overrun, his YouTube channel run alongside his friend and co-host Jobe Teehan. If he's not writing reviews of the latest in cars or producing industry coverage, Chase is at home in the driver's seat of his own (usually German) sports cars.

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