Can Two 90s Supercars Actually Be Good Fun In The Snow?!

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Well, these owners seem to think so.

Most supercars spend 99% of the day sitting in the owner's garage. This is sad because these cars were meant to be driven and enjoyed. Apparently, these supercar owners got the memo about having fun. The owner of the Lamborghini Diablo VT and the Ferrari 355 definitely know how to have a blast in their cars. The Diablo features a 6.0-liter V12 with 550 horsepower, which was a big number back in the year 2000. Although the Lamborghini features all-wheel drive, it isn't the ideal car for hooning around in the snow.

The Ferrari is even worse. The 355 features a 3.5-liter V8 with 375 horsepower and rear-wheel drive. It is nice to see that owners still take these older supercars out for a drive. However, we would probably choose a windy road in Italy over some place that is covered in snow. If you have the money, it probably doesn't matter much!

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