Over the last weekend, “a tale of two Lambos" played out on a public road in Singapore in what seems to be the rarest car crash we have seen lately. This controversial accident involved not just two supercars but exactly two yellow-painted expensive Lamborghini Aventador models that looked almost entirely the same. Yes, from body paint all the way to the tyres, they were just too identical.
How often do you see two expensive yellow-painted Lamborghini supercars crash into each other on a public road?
First of all, Lamborghini Aventador is not just one “cheap” car; it’s a supercar that takes up four spaces on our list of the top 10 most expensive cars owned by world football stars. With a price tag of around ₦129 million (£271,146), you should definitely see why it's mostly owned by affluent folks.
According to a recent news report, passers-by could not resist stopping and staring at the two rear-ender Lamborghini Aventador S models that crashed into each other. This occurred on a public road in Singapore over the last weekend. The reports by RedChili21 specifically claim that one of the Lambos actually was stopped at a red traffic light signal when the other Lambo supercar presumably crashed into it due to over-speeding.
It was further stated in the reports that both of the drivers (or owners) of the Lambos quickly removed their license plates just before more passers-by gathered around the incident scene to record videos and also before the traffic police arrived. Smart offenders, right? Unfortunately, the second Lambo that allegedly caused the crash was eventually identified by the Singapore Road Vigilante Facebook group due to the fact that he is a known serial offender.
If pictures were not taken from different angles, many would not believe this incident truly happened
For the sake of those who still can’t believe how such a rare incident could have actually happened in real life and probably think the photos are results of “photoshop” or it’s a made-up story. Below is video proof:
2 Yellow Lamborghinis Involved in Accident along Sembawang Road || Singapore || Media Power