Lamborghini Diablo is Hot and Flaming (That's Not a Good Thing)


We're typically used to seeing Ferraris catch on fire. Not today.

Well, this is a situation that just absolutely sucks. In what can only be described as one of the most horrible, eye-hurting situations we’ve seen in quite some time, a Lamborghini Diablo caught on fire on the side of a highway in Montreal, Canada. This is no minor fire mind you. It’s nothing short of the Devil eating the Diablo itself. Coincidently, Diablo means "devil" in Spanish. Go figure. Fortunately no one was hurt in the fire, but the car, well, you can just forget about it. It's as if it never existed.

There’s no word yet on what exactly caused the flames. It could be anything from the engine overheating to a fuel leak. Hey, at least it wasn't another Ferrari on fire again.

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