Lamborghini Gallardo Goes Drifting In Lake, Are Lamborghini Submarines a Trend?
Back in the day, a supercar cruise used to involve owners pulling all sorts of stunts while keeping their cars on the road. Well, it seems that nowadays people who drive these machines simply can't way for the moment when brands such as Lamborghini will release their first SUVs.
So what do you do when you experience a feeling such as the one described above? You grab the keys to your Lamborghini and go for a swim. Yes, we know, such an action might seem a bit odd, but that's what takes place in the video below.
The footage shows us a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder that takes a bath in Utah's slice of the Lake Bonneville. And since this V10 Raging Bull packs all-wheel-drive, the owner put the system to drifting use.
Now, sliding your Lambo on/in the water, with the top down, isn't exactly the best way to care for the supercar and yet this only adds to what might be called a Lamborghini submarine trend.
We'll remind you it all started with the Gallardo owner who plowed through the San Diego flood as if his Sant'Agata Bolognese machine was a submarine.
And things don't stop here, as this fever also seems to have reached the Gallardo's German sibling, the Audi R8.
These owners seems to be fine with their supercars dancing around in the water and while you might expect the Gallardo's air suspension to be used for ride height-increasing purposes, we have to mention the driver does quite the opposite.
Perhaps in a bid to ensure the flat underbody of the car gets a complete... wash, the man fully lowers his Gallardo into the not-exactly-clean water.
Here's to hoping the Lamborghini submarine trend doesn't lead to V10 hydrolocking episodes.