Not only did it bring 251 Lamborghini cars to the Suzuka racetrack, the Italian supercar company also launched the Huracan Sterrato in the Japanese market.

The year 2023 marks the 60th anniversary of Lamborghini. In order to preserve this historic moment, the super cow company organized a parade of 251 Lamborghini cars on the Suzuka racetrack, Japan.

Representatives of Guinness World Records were present at the event and certified “the largest parade of Lamborghini cars”.

Chairman and CEO of Lamborghini – Stephan Winkelmann said: “Many products from early childhood to the latest models are concentrated at the Suzuka racetrack. This shows that Lamborghini has touched the emotions of many generations.” in Japan”.

Models participating in Lamborghini’s historic parade range from the iconic Miura to the more recent Countach LPI 800-4, all gathered at Suzuka. In particular, the supercar company Lamborghini also displays a number of important machines throughout the brand’s history. Typically the 350 GT, Islero and Countach, all three models were perfectly restored by the Polo Storico Department.

Personalization department Ad Personam has built a replica of the Lamborghini Lounge Tokyo – where customers in Japan can specify the signature details that make their cars unique.

On the occasion of the event attended by hundreds of Lamborghini owners, the supercar company introduced the Huracan Sterrato model in the Japanese market.

This aggressive-looking vehicle features an enhanced suspension system, large fender vents, underbody protection panels and a set of custom-made Bridgestone Dueler AT002 all-terrain run-flat tires. The power of the Huracan Sterrato is equipped with a 5.2L V10 engine, producing 602 horsepower and 560 Nm of torque.

The engine cover area is designed with small air blades to enhance forced air cooling of the V10 engine. According to Lamborghini, they will produce 1,499 cars worldwide.


The Huracan STO Time Chaser_111100 is an art car and the work of Time Gazer that was also displayed at the Suzuka event. The car is a collaboration between Lamborghini and Japanese artist – Ikeuchi. On the engine cover appears the number “111100” which is the binary code for the number “60” and he added this line of numbers to refer to a supercomputer.

Besides, there are a number of other works such as Countach 25th Anniversary Edition, Diablo SE30, Murcielago 40th Anniversary Edition and Aventador LP-720-4 50th Anniversary Edition to create futuristic cockpits.

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