New Lamborghini Aventador Destroyed In Devastating Crash

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It's a sad day for supercar fans.

This past Saturday was a sad day for supercar fans in the UK after a gorgeous new Lamborghini Aventador was destroyed on the M6 motorway late in the afternoon. Although it is unclear exactly what caused the crash, wet roads combined with high speed seem to be the most likely culprit. The $400,000 supercar incurred extensive damage. The hood of the vehicle was almost completely ripped off by the force of the crash and the entire right side of the vehicle, from the front end to the back end of the car, is totally destroyed.

Debris from the Aventador was left scattered across the road and curious onlookers on the other side of the motorway caused massive traffic and delays. Thankfully no-one was hurt in the accident.

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