Watch this Video of Six Lamborghini Huracán Riding On Transylvania’s Prettiest Driving Road
The video of these six Lamborghini Huracán riding on Transylvania’s prettiest driving road will give you all the feels.
It seems like Lamborghini set half a dozen of its best bulls loose in Romania to find ride on the best road in the world.
Where else you can send these amazing cars rather than in Romania?
They could’ve chosen the roads in Spain for example, because the country has some of the most breathtaking roads, but no.
However, they chose to see if this is the most beautiful and exciting road in Europe. To find out if this is indeed the most exciting road, Lamborghini has sent six of the best Huracáns in its line up to Transylvania.
Recently in a press release, Lamborghini stated that it shipped five Huracán Coupes and Spyders as well as a Huracán Performante to Romania to test the road.
Called Transfagarasan, the road, once named the best driving road in the world by Top Gear, is a 56-mile winding stretch of pavement.
The road sneaks through the Transylvanian Alps region, which makes it the perfect road to test some Lamborghinis.
Overlooking one part of the road you can see the castle of Vlad III, also known as Vlad the Impaler, the inspiration of vampire Dracula.
The road only opens to the public during the summer, and on a clear day you can see it from the highest nearby peak.
The Huracans cars started their journey in the large town of Sibiu, Romania and drove nearly 100 miles to find the road.
Once there the cars had a lot of ground to cover, almost 60 miles of crazy hairpins and breathtaking views.
Who build it?
The former dictator Nicolae Ceasusescu built the road between 1970 and 1974 for Romanian troops to cross the Carpathian Mountains easier and quicker.
Lamborghini’s six Huracan cars “departed from the city of Sibiu, passed through the village of Cartisoara, and then twisted and turned rapidly on the numerous hairpin turns that cut through the Fagaras Mountains.”
They reached Lake Balea at an altitude of 2,042 meters (6,699 ft), and also took some selfies at the Vidraru dam.
Because once you are there, you cannot help but take a lot of pictures.
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