Lamborghini Aventador Used to BBQ A Sausage

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Nothing like eating a sausage laced with gasoline.

It’s wicked expensive to buy and maintain, but the Lamborghini Aventador can be more than just a supercar. After a long and hard day of driving the Italian-bred machine around town or even at the track, one surely builds up an appetite. So what to eat? How about a sausage, but let’s cook it using the heat and fire from the Aventador’s exhaust. Can this even be done? Turns out it can. The guys over at The Supercar Driver borrowed an Aventador just to test this theory, and the result is, well, potentially cancerous.

Would you be willing to eat a sausage after it was cooked by the Aventador’s exhaust (or any car’s exhaust for that matter)?

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