Update: Video of NY Aventador Getting Ripped in Half

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And yet the driver walked away uninjured.

The other day we saw pictures of a Lamborghini Aventador that was ripped in half. It wasn’t pretty, but we didn’t know exactly what caused something like this to happen. Now we do. This security camera video shows the white Aventador driving down a Brooklyn street at a high rate of speed. Clearly driving fast doesn’t cause a car to break in half, but a direct collision with another moving vehicle might. Someone driving a sedan in the opposite direction wasn’t paying attention to incoming traffic.

Call it very bad timing. They made a left-hand turn and clipped the Lambo. At least the Aventador’s safety technology came through since its driver walked away unharmed.

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