Owning a supercar is definitely cool but being reckless with you, could spell big trouble. It is no more news that these cars are extremely expensive and are built for luxury, speed and peak performance. When you decide to wreck one, you should be thankful that your life is still intact. The funny twist to this is, most people that can afford to buy one of these supercars can definitely buy another one if wrecked. Wreckage is definitely not a problem, but safety is.
Recently, an owner of a grey Lamborghini Huracan Performante worth ₦99m wrecked the car while showing off to people during supercar meet in London. In the bid of trying to impress people with his supercar, he ended up crashing at against the brick walls and a tree. This was a 640 horsepower car that could run at insane speed.
What could have led to catastrophic was averted by tree and the brick wall
The owner, a very wealthy man, tried his luck speeding up on a narrow road with cars on the sides. His imagination really outran him and nearly cost him his life. The moment he took off, he lost grip of the mid-engine supercar made by the Italian automaker, Lamborghini. Eventually the supercar went smashing across the war into a wall and a tree. Luckily for him, nobody was injured.
It seems that wrecking a Lamborghini Huracan is a good way to show off something. There was a similar story of Man deliberately broke his N128m Lamborghini Huracan' windshield at Autopride event.
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The question whether the car is repairable is even after lots of cash has been spent and series of extension works done on it. His Lamborghini Huracan was once the fastest manufactured car few years back with 5.2liter V10 powered naturally aspirated car engine. The supercar has a peak speed of 202 miles per hour (325km/hr), with acceleration from a standstill of zero to 62mph (0-100km/hr) in just 3.1 secs.
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Speed might look exciting, but it kills if not handled properly
He should be more careful next time and we hope they can still repair the supercar.
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