A Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 crashes in Italy, making it the first Aventador to get totaled. Eddie Griffin was not involved.
We hate to see a Lambo get totaled, unless Bruce Wayne is behind the wheel, and it's still pretty painful to watch. Well, the latest flagship Aventador LP 700-4 took a crash dive in Italy on August 30th. According to Italy's Motori.it, the driver of the Aventador attempted to pass a line of vehicles but was cut off by a truck that had legally attempted to make a left turn. The Aventador driver didn't have enough time or space to stop or react and collided with the truck, making this the first Aventador to be in a serious accident.
Fortunately no one was hurt, but the same couldn't have been said for the Aventador. The Lamborghini
suffered extensive irreparable damage and has been declared totaled. With over 690hp and a top speed of 217 mph, the Aventador is one powerful machine and we're glad that everyone was fine. But still, it's painful to see and there'll for sure be more accidents involving the Aventador to come. Photo courtesy of Motori.it