the highest road in the world in a Lamborghini Urus
Completed in August, the Umling La Pass in India has recently become the highest passable road in the world. Never before a sensational experience, Lamborghini sent its sporty adventurer, the Urus, there twice.
During the 87.5 km drive from Hanle Umling La, the road combines portions of gravel and concrete with wind speeds varying from 40 to 80 km / h, making it a difficult place to live, not to mention the conduct.
Reaching an altitude of 5,882 meters, the road climbs higher than the base camp of Mount Everest. As a result, winter temperatures can drop to -40 degrees and there is about 50% less oxygen in the air than at sea level. Fortunately, with its 650bhp twin-turbo V8, the Lamborghini Urus has a good reserve of power to get to the top!
“When we reached Umling La Pass, even standing for 30 minutes was extremely difficult, and the way the team completed the road in such extreme weather conditions is unimaginable,” said Sharad Agarwal, director of Lamborghini India.
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