A Lamborghini Aventador was parked outside the 2012 New York International Auto Show and as a publicity stunt, was connected to a hot dog cart.
The 2012 New York International Auto Show is in full swing and the event's promotional team thought up a clever way to market the annual occasion - by parking a Lamborghini Aventador out front and connecting it to a hot dog stand. Giving out free dogs doesn't hurt either. Sabrett hot dog stands are something of an icon in New York City, and what's ironic is that a gas-guzzler of a car would be attached to a cart that reads "Keep Parks Clean."
Maybe the fact that the flagship Italian supercar's 690hp V12 puts out 398g of CO2 per km and returns only 11mpg city/17mpg highway was something of an oversight. We assume that the Lamborghini Aventador Hot Dog Cart can still sprint from 0-62mph in 2.9 seconds and hit a top speed of 217mph, though it might get a little messy. Check out the action from the Big Apple in the gallery below.