Winter Greetings: Supercars in the Snow


Is your supercar winter-ready?

Buying and owning a supercar can be a seasonal hobby - especially for those who live in a climate where winter strikes hard year after year. Many owners are smart enough to live in, say, Miami or LA where harsh winter weather is unheard of. However, some owners have decided to defy Mother Nature. In the following photos, we can see just how difficult it likely is to handle one of these cars on the wintery roads.

If you happen to have an all-wheel-drive Lamborghini Gallardo, we'd imagine it may be somewhat easier to maneuver. But still, with supercars like these, we're pretty sure it would be nearly impossible to back one out of your driveway when it's covered in heavy snow.

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