Lamborghini Hoonage - Two Aventadors Get Sideways in a Garage

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Nothing like a pair of Aventadors getting loose after a photo shoot.

Lamborghini Aventadors share a few things in common with young children during photo shoots: they hate to sit still and as soon as they get the go ahead, they run about in ruckus fashion. Case in point - a pair of Aventadors in a garage.

The guys at NueVueProductions say they were just testing out their new D800 camera when their friends at Prestige Imports in Miami Beach, Florida, decided to come down with two Lamborghini Aventadors for a little photo shoot. The Lamborghini Aventador runs on a 6.5-liter V12 rated at 691hp and 510 lb-ft of torque. Performance is measured at 2.9 seconds for a 0-62mph sprint and a top speed of 217mph. With an MSRP of $374,300, you can be sure to get your money's worth out of the flagship Italian supercar.

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