New Lamborghini Huracan Destroyed In California Floods

Natural Disaster

Apparently NOT waterproof.

Only a year and a half after crashing a white Lamborghini Gallardo, it looks as if the owner of this brand new white Huracan will now be writing off his second Lamborghini. The Huracan pictured here, half submerged under water, was purchased only three weeks before devastating floods wreaked havoc in San Diego County, California. The supercar only had a few hundred miles on the odometer and was one of seven other vehicles in an underground parking lot to be severely damaged by rising flood waters.

On a separate but related note, the owner had recently undergone surgery to remove a cancerous tumor discovered on the day he took delivery of the Huracan. We hope he stays cancer-free and gets his car troubles sorted out as speedily as possible.

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