Every Lamborghini is designed to be driven and enjoyed, so the team at Lamborghini Pangbourne is forever creating opportunities for its customers to take to the open road and share the joys of Sant’Agata with the world. The latest, on Sunday 23rd August, was a run to the coast to visit friends at Sunseeker and their multi-million pound luxury yachts.
Ten Lamborghini Pangbourne customers, in a collection of the latest raging bulls, met in Berkshire before heading due south-west for Sandbanks and Poole Harbour. The convoy of cars was sprinkled with rarities, like the track-ready Aventador SVJ Roadster and Gallardo Superleggera, alongside the full gamut of Huracáns and Lamborghini Pangbourne’s very own Urus Super SUV.
The convoy covered around 75 miles on a mix of motorway and B-roads, V8, V10 and V12 engines echoing throughout the countryside, before stopping for breakfast at Rick Stein’s eponymous restaurant in the elegant Sandbanks area.
Suitably fuelled, it was time to hit the road again for the short drive to the Sunseeker pop-up showcase in Poole Harbour, where Pangbourne Lamborghini’s guests parked their cars pride of place, dwarfed by the incredible yachts. Every Lamborghini owner has an appreciation for performance-inspired design, and there was plenty of it on show aboard the Sunseeker ships.
Sunseeker yachts are designed as floating palaces, filled with the latest luxuries and innovations, all while still delivering a refined and powerful cruise. More importantly, they are a celebration of artisan craftsmanship, just like the latest Lamborghinis, featuring handcrafted leather and aluminium shaped by techniques passed down through generations.
Lamborghini Pangbourne, operated by the H.R. Owen Group, has been in operation since 2013 and was recently subjected to a total renovation, creating a cutting-edge sales and aftersales space for customers in Berkshire.