Lambo Crashes, Burns in Singapore

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Worse comes to worst when a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce crashes into a pole then bursts into flames.

We could imagine few worse feelings than crashing a Lamborghini. Especially one as special as the Murcielago SuperVeloce. But it happens, and happens all too often. The driver of this particular (apparent) Murcielago LP670-4 SV in Singapore was probably sitting somewhere close by, with his head in his hands, wondering how things could possibly get any worse. And then they did, when the car suddenly burst into flames. The fire started in the front section that crashed into the electrical pole.

It's usually the engine that catches fire, so we’re thinking it was probably an electrical fire of some kind. But who knows. All we really want to know is whether the car can be salvaged. After all, they only made 186 of these.

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