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There are perks to being a Lamborghini owner, well those over and above the actual ownership of the car, of course. Depending on where said Lamborghini owner resides there’s an opportunity to join up with other owners to take a long drive through some picturesque and iconic sceneries along some of the world’s best driving roads. It was just the other day that a bunch of lucky Lamborghini owners embarked on an absolutely epic road trip during the Lamborghini Winter Drive where a contingent of the full current Lamborghini range travelled from Sant’Agata Bolognese in Italy along an amazing 500km route to the peaks of the Cervino mountain on the Italian and Swiss border.

For this round of the Lamborghini driving experience things, the Italian automaker rounded up the relevant VIPs and Lamborghini owners located in and around Scotland. While that Italian tour to the Alps was a long stretch at around 500 km, this tour of the Scottish Highlands was a mere 200 km in length. Of course, 200 km is actually quite a decent distance and within that distance, there were more than enough smooth and sweeping roads to make the trip a memorable one. The contingent of Lamborghinis that included the Aventador, Huracan and Urus models started off in Edinburgh and the high-speed trek continued on as far as Tomintoul. This village lays claim to being the highest village found in the Highlands. This was an absolutely amazing road trip that was worth the many hundreds of Euros in petrol - not only was the driving amazing, but the cars were also pretty damn good themselves, and the views were the kind postcards are made of.
Take a look at the YouTube video that not only shows off the best that the Italian automaker has to offer, but also the absolutely breathtaking scenery and driving roads from the Scottish Highlands: The Scottish Highlands Tour | Lamborghini.
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