Report has reached us on Naijauto on the current search going on for the driver, who abandoned a very expensive Lamborghini Huracan after crashing it on Wednesday morning at the Angeles Crest Highway in the U.S.
All efforts of the police to locate the whereabouts of the missing driver who abandoned the Huracan have been futile
According to further report, this Huracan, which was found resting on its head, was discovered by the California Highway Patrol officers, with droplets of blood around it. It was learnt that the speedster was borrowed by the registered owner’s friend.
When the officers got to the scene, the hazard lights of the crashed Lamborghini were still flashing, with debris strewn across the highway.
From what Sergeant Adam Bender disclosed to Los Angeles Times, the police had already searched for the driver at the local hospitals, but all efforts were in vain. The absence of security cameras at where the incident occurred made it more difficult to ascertain what could have led to the crash.
Lamborghini found upended, with drops of blood, on Angeles Crest Highway
The little things we could deduce from the video is that its front quarter and front bumper are nowhere to be found. It also shows that before the Lamborghini Huracan flipped on its roof, it sure made contact with something yet to be known. Guess there are of things the owner will need to fix on this car such as the roof, airbags and so on, especially when the insurance company doesn’t see the car as write-off.
The stylish speed demon - Lamborghini Huracan - pumps out a remarkable 602 hp at 8,250 rpm
Since 2014, the Lamborghini Huracan, which is the entry level supercar from the Italian automaker, has been in the production line. It comes fitted with a V10 5.2-liter naturally aspirated engine with an output of 602 horsepower and 413 pound feet of torque.