Experience the thrill of riding in one of the newest Lamborghini models on the market, the "Huracan". Hop in the passenger seat and feel the incredible power of the V10 engine as you soak in stunning views of the Mornington Peninsula and Port Phillip Bay.
Enjoy a thrilling passenger ride in one of the world's sleekest and sexiest sports cars, the Lamborghini Huracan - named after a courageous bull that fought in 1879. With luxurious interior, and the first Lamborghini to use the 12.3 inch TFT virtual cockpit, this stunning machine offers a superior ride like no other. Starting in Dromana, feel the purr of the V10-powered engine with over 500 horse power while you revel in the stunning views across Port Phillip Bay. From here you'll wind around the scenic Arthurs Seat Road all the way to the peak, taking in the spectacular coastal and bushland vistas. Your driver will pull over at some incredible lookouts along the way so you can get some brag-worthy photos with the car!
The car is semi-automatic. It has a paddle shift and therefore you can drive it as an auto or manual.
All participants must be able to understand English and have no hearing impairments that impair their hearing Maximum height is 6'4
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
You will be in the car with your driver only.
This experience usually operates regardless of weather conditions. However in cases of severe inclement weather conditions, the supplier reserve the right to cancel any session. The supplier will endeavour to reschedule your session as soon as possible if this occurs.
Thongs and singlets are not permissible for participants. Tops with sleeves and closed-in footwear must be worn. You will not be permitted to participate without the correct clothing and will risk forfeiting your booking.
All participants are required to sign a contract. Spectators are also required to sign an indemnity form.
This experience takes place on the Mornington Peninsula, about one hour's drive from Melbourne CBD.