Here's What It's Like To Push A Lamborghini To The Repair Shop


And to have it breakdown at an intersection.

YouTube’s superspeedersRob, aka Rob Ferretti, always gives an awesome inside look at fast cars. From the Koenigsegg Agera R to a stable of Lamborghinis, there’s almost no car Ferretti can’t get his hands on. However, there’s a downside to owning and driving supercars all the time. Like all cars, these high-powered models break down from time to time. When that happens, well let’s just say pushing a Lamborghini sucks more than pushing a Toyota Camry. Luckily for us, Ferretti’s camera is always at the ready.

This video is filled with nothing but Lamborghini breakdowns. Most of them would be pretty embarrassing in a normal car, such as breaking down in the middle of a busy intersection. Of course that embarrassment is magnified when you’re behind the wheel of a wrapped Lambo. Driving a supercar is mostly fun and games, but sometimes it can be a slog.

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