Say hello to the Lamborghini Huracan STJ, the final iteration of the Huracan model as the marque waves goodbye to V10 power with new aerodynamic and chassis package alongside 640hp and RWD only.

The curtain is closing on the Lamborghini Huracan. It’s been some story, arriving in 2014 with that wonderful 5.2-litre Audi V10 engine. Since then, its had multiple revisions, alongside a whole host of variations, and special editions (even an off roader with the Sterrato). And to wave goodbye to the Huracan, Lamborghini has produced one final limited edition version, the STJ.

Limited to just 10 examples, the STJ is the last dance for the Huracan, and stands for Super Trofeo Jota, which pays tribute to the Huracan’s one-make motorsport championship.

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What features does the Lamborghini STJ have?

Building on the Huracan STO, the STJ receives the same 640hp version of the V10 engine. This is paired exclusively to a rear-wheel drive setup, rather than the traditional all-wheel drive. Where it differs from the STO, however, is the introduction of yet further aerodynamic and chassis updates.

The aero changes are small, but said to contribute to a 10 per cent aerodynamic load without disturbing the car’s balance. It does this by introducing two carbon fibre flicks with a 3-degree adjustment to the rear wing.

Also new are four-way adjustable racing dampers and special Bridgestone Potenza Race tyres on 20 inch wheels. Those dampers allow for rebound and compression adjustment at both high and low frequencies. Developed by Lamborghini Squadra Corse technicians, these incremental changes were brought about as a result of 10 years of competitive motorsport. The result is that the STJ laps the Nardo handling circuit 1 second faster than the Huracan STO.

Limited to 10 examples, customers could spec the car in either Grigio Telesto (grey) or Blue Eliadi (blue). Unsurprisingly, all 10 cars were snapped up a long time ago.

Lamborghini Huracan STJ front endLamborghini Huracan STJ rear end