The Lamborghini Huracan sold 700 units in the first month, and over 2k in the first year. Now a crashed version of the wildly successful supercar can be purchased for $7,300. The wrecked Lamborghini Huracan is said to be the first one crashed, will someone actually want the heap of deceased angry horsepower?
Little remains of what was once a mythical beast, just a charred chassis and mohawks on the wheels where the tires once shredded the roads. Shockingly, the driver and passenger emerged safely from the crash, which is more than can be said for the Huracan.
Reports say the Lamborghini Huracan met it s fate whilst whipping along a Hungarian highway at 208 miles per hour. Witnesses took photos and videos of the mangled aftermath and now the owner is attempting to sell the car. There is an actual market for items like this, with buyers transforming the wreckage into furniture pieces like tables, desks and sometimes wall art. It would be an undertaking to restore it to its former glory, and likely wiser to simply purchase a new Huracan and take driving lessons before blasting it up near its top speed.
The Lamborghini Huracan packs a boisterous 5.2-liter V10 engine producing 610 thirsty horses that can be difficult to control for the average driver. The car bursts from not to 60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds with a top speed exceeding 200 miles per hour. The gearbox is automated, but that does not translate to an easy drive—machines of this caliber require an educated and experienced supercar driver. Driving so recklessly on a public highway is not the greatest of ideas, and the people are fortunate to be alive.
Fun fact: One of the carbon ceramic brakes is being offered in a separate auction for $1,230. I suppose it all boils down to loss recovery.
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