This is how you test the Lamborghini Huracan Evo's agility.
After visiting Andalusia, Transylvania, the Norwegian fjords and Iceland, Lamborghini Avventura, a series of Lamborghini expeditions that explores some of the most beautiful driving roads in the world, has returned to Norway in 2019, this time focusing on the Lofoten Islands beyond the arctic circle to test the agility of the Lamborghini Huracan Evo supercar.
Seven Lamborghini Huracans embarked on an epic journey traveling through islands connected by tunnels and roads that appear to float on water, with picturesque bridges, cliffs, and mountains formed out of the oldest rocks in Europe. The convoy set off from Harstad, connecting Norway to the group of islands. The first stop was in Henningsvær, a fishing village built on a group of small islands best known for having one of the most beautiful football fields in the world that almost touches the sea.
The Lamborghinis then continued south, passing landscapes studded with the typical pyramid-shaped wooden racks used by locals to dry cod from February to June. The first day ended in Nusfjord, one of the oldest and most well-preserved fishing villages in Norway.
The next day, the journey continued to the north with a stop in Ramberg on the island of Flakstadoya, which boasts the island's largest beach with white sands and crystalline waters reminiscent of the Caribbean. Driving through coastal roads and passing stunning scenery, the convoy entered Svolvær, which the oldest town in the Arctic Circle.
After 630 kilometers (391 miles), the epic road trip ended in Harstad in northern Norway with a view of the midnight sun from the summit of Mount Keipen. Driving the Huracan Evo along the twisting mountain roads must have been heavenly, although the supercar's aggressive-sounding, 5.2-liter, 640-hp V10 probably would have disturbed the peaceful islands.