What Caused This Mansory Aventador To Go Up In Smoke?

Accident

Someone needs to figure out how to stop this from happening.

This isn't the first time we've seen Lamborghini Aventador owners have to watch their expensive masterpieces go up in flames. The Aventador is known to shoot flames from its exhaust, but perhaps that feature wasn't the best idea in the world. Now, yet another Aventador has gone up in smoke, this time in Hangzhou, China. Thanks to images from local website Mydrivers, we can see the damage that was done to this unlucky owner's Mansory Aventador. Thankfully, it wasn't that bad.

The owner noticed smoke coming from the engine and opened the hood to examine. Luckily, the local fire department arrived at the scene to stop the car from being engulfed in flames. This owner should feel lucky that the damage was not more extensive. Looking at the images, there appears to be some kind of liquid under the car, so perhaps a radiator leak caused the engine to get too hot.

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