Ferrari F12 vs Aventador vs Vanquish
The finest V12s from Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin head to wildest Scotland for a 36-cylinder shoot-out. Stand back
Posted: 30 May 2014
Of course, it did. The next day loomed sunny, and a chance to remove the Lambo's roof, an operation that took five well-educated, literate humans just 45 minutes and seven skinned fingers. The Aventador instantly makes at least a thousand per cent per cent more sense without a roof: more drama, more noise, more silliness. Most of all, more space for your head.
In typically glamorous TopGear fashion, breakfast was a burger from a van at the top of the Rest and Be Thankful Pass, unquestionably the most picturesque spot for a burger van anywhere in the world.
"Ya want a go on that road?" asked the gent in the burger van, pointing at a beautiful track snaking up the middle of the valley.
"Love to, but... it's closed, isn't it?" we replied. At either end was a set of solid, clearly locked gates with the usual array of KEEP OUT, PRIVATE, BUGGER OFF signs.
"Nae worries. I know the owner..."