This Lamborghini Owner Actually Tows Farm Animals With His Supercar

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These goats are in for the ride of their lives.

When shopping for a car, we recommend buyers take into account what they expect to do with their cars whether it’s taking it to the track or using it as a workhorse. For the latter of the two options, most people prefer pickup trucks for their cargo hungry beds and ability to tow, but it seems that this particular buyer decided that the Lamborghini Murcielago was the utility vehicle for him. It’s not like the 487 lb-ft of torque that the 6.5-liter V12 spits out isn’t enough for the job. We’re just surprised that someone is using the Lambo’s full range of capabilities.

To this guy’s credit, maybe he has very unique day-to-day automotive needs that only the Murcielago fulfills. In case you needed a reason to keep using stereotypes, this whole thing goes down in Australia.

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