Lamborghini Aventador Goes Country—Crashes Into Farm!

The Lamborghini Aventador packs a serious power punch, nailing speeds of up to 217 miles per hour. So it comes as no surprise that some of these supercars have already been crashed, like the latest in New Zealand! It seems that the Aventador was too much power for the driver to handle, as he ended up tearing through a farm, taking out a fence via a cow pasture…brutal!

This appears to be the 3rd Aventador crash so far–follow links for the 1st Aventador crash and the 2nd Aventador crash!

3rd Lamborghini Aventador Crash
The all-wheel drive Aventador was no match for the rugged landscape of the farm

Only 4,000 Aventador units are slated to be produced over the lifespan of the model, so every crash is a tragedy. Luckily, no deaths have resulted in these exotic car crashes so far!

Lamborghini Aventador crash

Lamborghini Aventador crash #1

The Aventador driver in New Zealand was traveling with a group of Ferraris when he suddenly lost control of the hypercar while accelerating over 100 miles per hour, careening into the farm. 

While the car is likely not a total loss, you can’t exactly take an Aventador down to your local body shop for repairs. It will probably be airlifted to a special crew of Lamborghini technicians capable of fixing carbon composite materials. With the cost of a new Aventador starting close to $400,000 USD, a pricey repair is certainly painful!

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 Lamborghini Aventador

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