Lamborghini Huracan Joins Aventador Snow Drifting to Plug Winter Accademia

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That's a lot of languages in one sentence.

We tend to think that the idea of driving a Lamborghini in the snow is a little bit insane, all-wheel-drive notwithstanding. But you're probably a bit crazy if you've bought a Lamborghini in the first place, so you might as well learn how to drive it in the snow, and the Italian car manufacturer is here to help. The company is offering a winter driving course in three different cities, Aspen, Colorado; Nagano, Japan; and Livigno, Italy, for owners of Aventadors and Huracans.

Insane or not, it looks like an absolute blast, and something we would very much enjoy doing.

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