911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Off-Road Supercar Battle: DubiCompare

In the world of SUVs, finding a practical off-road-ready car is quite easy. However, what if you had a dream of owning a supercar that could take you off-road, add a bit of practicality, and keep a few things on the roof? Well, sometimes dreams do come true, and thanks to Porsche and Lamborghini, we now have two cars that can almost do it all. In this week’s edition of DubiCompare, we are pitting 911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato.

Whether it’s accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in under 3.5 seconds, reaching speeds over 200 km/h, or conquering off-road terrain with a kick of sand from those all-terrain tires, the Porsche 911 Dakar and the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato excel at it all. Let’s look at a detailed comparison between two off-road supercars.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Dimensions

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterato
Dimensions911 DakarHuracan Sterrato
Fuel Tank Capacity67L80L
Boot Space132L100L
911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterato

The 911 Dakar has more headroom compared to the Huracan Sterrato. However, the Sterrato is longer and is better for high-speed pursuits due to its lower stance. Apart from these minor differences, both have space for the driver and co-driver and can accommodate a small bag in the luggage compartment.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Exterior Design

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterato
Features911 DakarHuracan Sterrato
Body CladdingYesYes
Roof RackOptionalOptional
Wheels19-inch (F) & 20-inch (R) 19-inch
Rear SpoilerYesYes
Exhaust TipsDualDual
Skid PlatesFront & RearFront & Rear

As far as the look goes, for some reason, it is still believable for the 911 to adopt the upright butch stance. However, to impart the same aggressive and rugged design to a low-slung supercar like the Lamborghini Huracan is a commendable feat.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterato

Both are unique in their own right and bring a fresh appeal, especially with those optional auxiliary lamps and roof racks. The 911 Dakar and the Huracan Sterrato are both head-turners and show-stoppers on the streets.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Interiors & Features

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterato
Features911 DakarHuracan Sterrato
Instrument ClusterSemi-DigitalFully Digital
Infotainment10.9-inch Display8.4-inch Display
Android AutoYesNo
Apple CarplayYesYes
Climate ControlDual-ZoneSingle-Zone
Heated & Cooled SeatsOptionalOptional
Sport Bucket SeatsYesYes
Audio12 Speakers6 Speakers
911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterato

The 911 Dakar is slightly better equipped in its standard specification compared to the Huracan Sterrato. However, both of these unique off-road supercars are highly customizable to match the owner’s preferences and can incorporate additional functionality.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Engine & Performance

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterato
Engines911 DakarHuracan Sterrato
Max Power480hp610hp
Peak Torque570Nm560Nm
0 to 100km/h3.4 seconds3.4 seconds
Gearbox8-Speed DCT7-Speed DCT

Both are evenly matched in terms of on-road supercar performance. Porsche employs a 3L twin-turbo engine to power the 911 Dakar, providing a good balance between efficiency and performance.

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On the other hand, the more enthusiastic, pure-bred performance of the naturally aspirated V10 makes the engine of the Huracan Sterrato rev happy and gives it a fantastic soundtrack.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Off-Road

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Stats911 DakarHuracan Sterrato
Approach Angle14.2 degrees10.4 degrees
Breakover Angle16.4 degrees14.7 degrees
Departure Angle16.2 degrees26.5 degrees
Ground Clearance161mm171mm
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Now, a section that we never thought would be possible with a supercar – the off-road angles. The Sterrato has slightly more ground clearance as standard compared to the 911 Dakar. The Sterrato’s low-slung supercar stance compromises its approach angle and frees up the departure angle. In contrast, the 911 Dakar strikes an even balance between all the off-road angles for a more SUV-like approach.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Safety

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Safety Features911 DakarHuracan Sterrato
Parking SensorsFront & RearNo
ISOFIX AnchorsNoNo
360-degree CameraNoNo
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Both supercars are equally equipped for safety, and additional safety features can be added from the options list. The Porsche 911 Dakar takes a slight lead in this section due to a few standard active safety features.

911 Dakar vs Huracan Sterrato: Price

Adding either of these cars to your garage will prove to be quite tricky as they are both limited-edition models. The Porsche has priced the 911 Dakar starting at AED 870,100 (launch pricing). The production of the 911 Dakar is limited to just 2,500 units. Here is a Porsche 911 Dakar that is for sale from Stoubiz Motors.

On the other hand, Lamborghini is making only 1,499 units of the Huracan Sterrato. This makes it even harder to find one. However, it is expected to be priced higher than the Porsche 911 Dakar. 

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