Bull Fight! Twin-Turbo Lambo Gallardo vs. Aventador Throwing Down at Night

Underground Racing

Nothing makes a Friday morning more exciting than a pair of Lamborghinis going at it.

Robert Himler is at it again, showing off his beastly twin-turbocharged Lamborghini Gallardo tuned by Underground Racing against a brand-new Aventador. The 700hp Aventador would certainly smoke most of the competition, but Himler's 975hp at the wheels Gallardo isn't like most competitors. The onus was on the Gallardo to make its mark against the newest Raging Bull and it does so valiantly.

The pickle-green Gallardo looks smooth as Brie next to the Aventador. Himler says that the owner of the brand-new Aventador just received his supercar, so he wasn't too keen on going through all the gears. Check out the Lamborghinis in action in the clip below.

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