Apparently all-wheel-drive doesn't help.
Lamborhginis may not be as enjoyable to drive as Ferraris around a track because of their all-wheel-drive system, but that doesn't automatically mean the Italian automaker's supercars are any easier to drive. A rare Lamborghini Aventador Roadster was recently involved in an accident in Estonia, Tallinn. The owner lost control of the vehicle and swerved off the main road, which caused the supercar to run into a lamp post before stopping next to some train lines. The Lambo is definitely going to need some tlc after this.
The end result was some serious front-end damage that included the front splitter, hood, bumper and wheels. The incident caused delays for passengers riding the train and drew a massive crowd since supercars are rare in the area. Thankfully, no one was injured in the accident and the driver will not be convicted of any driving offenses. Having all-wheel-drive in a supercar is definitely helpful, but doesn't mean the supercar is easy to drive.