Every year Lamborghini invites their customers to join them on excursions to the world’s most beautiful places. From the highlands of Scotland to Transylvania, this parade or raging bulls looks amazing in any setting. For this year, they decided to head north, to explore the Fjords of Norway. The herd of Huracan Performantes and angry Aventadors could be heard through the land of the Vikings.
This 300-mile adventure started in Ålesund, then they attacked the winding and treacherous Trollstigen, the road of the Trolls. No Troll sightings were reported, but they did find eleven hairpin curves, waterfalls, and vertical rock walls along the way.
From there it was on to Valldal, known as the valley of strawberries. What they encountered next was one of the most beautiful scenes on Earth, the Geirangerfjord. After stopping to take in the view, it was on to Jostedalsbreen, the largest glacier in Europe.
These icy dirt roads proved the capability of Lamborghini’s AWD system and probably a few epic drifts from the RWD Huracans. The final stop was the small village of Loen, which sits at the end of Nordfjord. Then it was onto a Ferryboat to Mount Aksla, which overlooks their starting point in Ålesund. If you want to get in on the action, click the link below for great deals on the Aventador S and stay with us for all your Lamborghini updates.