Japanese Aventador Proves That Ferrari Doesn't Have A Monopoly On Supercar Fires

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This poor, poor Lamborghini.

When it comes to Italian supercars catching fire, most people think of Ferraris. But the folks over at Sant'Agata Bolognese also know a thing or two about how to build cars that burst into flames. Here’s a guy in Dubai driving an Aventador that’s on fire like it’s no big deal. This video from Japan also features an Aventador, although it’s shorter and the owner is nowhere in sight. It’s also a bit sadder too as the forlorn supercar seems to be screaming for help via its illuminated headlights.

Help does quickly come but the Japanese firefighters on scene are far too late to save the Lamborghinni from becoming a smoldering write-off.

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