The owner calls it the "highest mile Huracan in the world".
While it's not uncommon to find an older Toyota Camry or Honda Accord with hundreds of thousands of miles on the clock, this isn't typically an accomplishment associated with Italian exotics. Certainly, there were no Ferraris or Maseratis in the list of million-mile cars we once marveled at. These supercars are more often safely tucked away in owners' garages, only appearing for the occasional weekend blast or A-list event.
But a recent listing on ebay proves that this isn't always the case. A 2015 Lamborghini Huracan is up for sale, but the $130,000 asking price isn't the first number that catches your eye. Rather, it's the fact that this Lambo has 190,000 miles on the clock, emphasized by the fact that the seller boasts it is the "highest mile Huracan in the world". Who knew that this would ever be a unique selling point for a Lamborghini?
The question you may be asking is: who exactly racked up this extreme mileage on a Lamborghini? Well, it wasn't a single person, but allegedly around 2,000 drivers. That's because this Huracan is owned by Royalty Exotic Cars in Las Vegas. Yes, this Huracan was rented out several times over the last few years, which helps explain the sky-high mileage. The business also rents out gems like the Lamborghini Aventador and Ferrari 488 Spider.
The ad goes on to say that maintenance has required little more than "oil changes and basic service". A clean title is also available with the purchase of the red supercar, which has a black interior. The driver's seat material does show some signs of sagging, as expected, but overall, it looks to be in great shape, at least based on these photos.
A picture of the odometer displays an exact mileage of 187,788 miles. Currently, a red Lamborghini Huracan is still listed on Royalty Exotic Cars' website, but it's not clear if this is the same high-mileage example as the wheels are different. Nevertheless, renting this beast would cost you $499 for four hours or $899 for eight hours of blissful access to that 5.2-liter V10, which produces 602 horsepower.
While it's admirable that this complex, high-performance supercar that has likely been abused more than a few times in its life has held up so well - not to mention banishing common perceptions of Italian car reliability in the process - we'd still be circumspect about handing over more than $100k for this Huracan.