If you take the high road, we’ll take the low; Lamborghinis in Scotland afore ye’. The bonnie banks of Loch Lomond were the starting point for a tour of the highland countryside. Lamborghini brought their latest models and invited local owners to join in the festivities. In a YouTube video uploaded last night, the partially restored Taymouth Castle makes for an impressive backdrop for these raging bulls. What we have witnessed here is probably the first successful Italian invasion of the nation. Hadrian’s wall was a futile attempt to keep the Scots from invading Roman occupied England, and it only took 2,000 years for the Romans to make the offensive.
Undoubtedly traveling past the bridge of Stirling, William Wallace would be shocked to see so many supercars racing to lunch at Murthly Castle. Heading south and crossing the Firth of Forth, the tour arrived at Edinburgh Castle to find open gates awaiting them.
This was the first time cars have been allowed on the esplanade, and it looks to be a perfect venue for a duPont REGISTRY Concours of Scotland. For a fitting conclusion of the tour, Beat the Retreat was sounded by the castle’s pipers at nightfall. Thanks go to Lamborghini for the amazing footage, and stay tuned to Autofluence for their next video.
FYI: Don’t wear a kilt whilst driving an Aventador, the potential for wardrobe malfunction is too great.