Video: Lamborghini Aventador Almost Hits an Audi

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Better be careful with your Lamborghini Aventador. It only costs nearly $400,000.

Say you're driving a brand-new 700hp Lamborghini Aventador. Chances are, you'd be extremely careful not to run into anything that could cause damage to a nearly $400k supercar. But not everyone thinks that way. In this recently posted video, we can see someone behind the wheel of an insanely awesome looking black Aventador that's backing out of a dealership garage. Only problem is that there's someone in an Audi wagon smack dab in the supercar's way.

So what does the Aventador driver do? Keeps going until he nearly hits the Audi. Fortunately the Audi driver was paying attention and managed to get out of the way in time. And on top of everything, the Aventador driver had enough trouble simply backing out of the garage. However, hitting the gas at the very end was obviously not a problem.

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