How To Ruin The Beautiful Interior Of A Super Rare Lamborghini

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Popped a molly I'm sweatin' woo!

There are plenty of ways that someone could go about ruining a supercar. Crashes, engine fires, and distasteful modifications are a few of the obvious things that come to mind. However, what happened to this guy’s rare Lamborghini Aventador 50th Anniversary edition won't even make the top ten list of things that could potentially damage a supercar. Unless, of course, you classify this as "water damage."

Its owner happened to be driving it on a very hot day. So hot in fact that he and a passenger were sweating profusely in the beautiful yellow leather Lamborghini seats. What happened to the car is a real site for sore eyes. At over $500,000 you'd think this limited Aventador would be a little bit more rugged.

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