First and foremost, if you can afford a Lamborghini, we’d assume you can afford alternate transportation for the cold winter months to avoid all kinds of road treatments for icy conditions. But, for whatever reason you don’t have a beater with a heater, Lamborghini invites you to learn the ropes of snow driving in its first-ever US Winter Academia — a factory-organized advanced driving course that takes place exclusively in snowy conditions, similar to the warm-weather Accademia Lamborghini hosted in early November in California.
Besides sounding like an extremely fun time, the program also aims to be educational. Previously, the event was held in Livogno, Italy, but Lamborghini is moving the accademia stateside to Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado. Perhaps not so coincidentally, the Lamborghini Winter Driving Accademia takes place at the same resort where Ferrari held its winter driving school for the FF.
During the two sessions of the Winter Accademia, which will be held in early February, drivers will be treated to world-class instruction, training, and skills from factory instructors who will go over emergency braking, drifting, and driving around the makeshift snow course.
The chance to drive a Huracán or Aventador in the snow sounds like it will be way cooler than what you’ll be doing in early February, but start saving because the experience will set you back $5,995. Although to be fair it, does include drinks, food and your stay at the Snowmass resort. Are we the only ones who think that Lambo’s Winter Accademia could make a great stocking-stuffer? We think not!