And both are yellow. What are the chances?
Just over a week ago, a pair of Lamborghini Aventador S supercars collided while driving through the city-state of Singapore. Not only are the two painted yellow but also feature very similar exterior enhancements, specifically black wheels, rear diffusers, side skirts, and rear spoilers. Okay, so how exactly did this happen?
According to the SG Road Vigilante Facebook page, it appears one of the Aventadors was stopped at a light when the other rear-ended it. In other words, a reckless accident that was easily avoidable. It's certainly possible the culprit driver was not paying attention because, like many other streets throughout the world these days, far fewer motorists were out and about due to lockdowns. The roads were mostly empty and this guy let his guard down.
But instead of accepting what happened and calling the standard tow truck and trading insurance information, the owners did something kind of unusual. They quickly hopped out of their Lambos and proceeded to remove the vehicles' license plates. How come?
Because they didn't want to be identified by the many CCTV traffic cameras installed everywhere. Singapore has long been known for its strict laws (the punishment for dealing drugs can be death), but traffic accidents still happen from time to time, reckless or not. The police later arrived on the scene and both Aventadors were towed away.
Based on what we can see in the images, the Aventador that was rear-ended suffered damage, obviously, to its rear bumper and diffuser.
The Aventador that hit it will need to have its front bumper and splitter replaced outright, more than likely. A small fire might have broken out in the engine bay of the front Aventador as well because the owners can be seen using a fire extinguisher to help douse the flames.
Reckless driving has consequences and this Aventador owner is lucky no one was injured and no other vehicles were involved.