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Slamborghini! Supercar wrecked just 20 minutes into first trip

Slamborghini! Supercar wrecked just 20 minutes into first trip”

In a tweet, West Yorkshire Police said that the Lambo driver was traveling on the M1 just east of Leicester when the mid-engine speedster experienced "mechanical failure".

The sportscar was then hit from behind by another driver, which crumpled the new car's rear and completely tore one of its wheels off.

As if that wasn't bad enough for the auto owner, the vehicle was just 20 minutes old. This was the unfortunate fate of a brand new black Lamborghini Huracan driver.

West Yorkshire Police tweeted photos of the smashed up auto, writing: "It's only a vehicle!" with the hashtag #couldhavecried.

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Police state the Lamborghini had stopped on the side of the road due to a mechanical fault, when it was hit from behind by a van.

"Hit from behind by an innocent motorist #couldhavecried".

A police spokesperson confirmed the Lamborghini and a van had collided. They suffered a head injury, though it was not believed to be serious, according to the BBC.

It's still not known if the Lamborghini was purchased new or second hand, but either way it's a sad end to the very short life this owner had with his striking Italian machine.



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