Super Rare Lamborghini Reduced To Ashes After Tragic Fire

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Super Rare Lamborghini Reduced To Ashes After Tragic Fire

2022 has barely just begun but that hasn’t stopped the motoring gods from ending the lives of some iconic supercars. Recently, a Netherlands-based Ferrari Enzo met its demise when the driver lost control of the Italian V12, sending it into a tree by the roadside.

 

 

And it seems they are adamant to claim more specialty cars. While there’s minimal information around the incident, a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster has been completely destroyed after the mid-engine supercar caught fire, engulfing the exotic in ravaging flames. Barely anything was left behind; charred remains show a burnt frame and a set of alloy wheels, leaving few clues as to what it once was.

 

 

Fans of the Aventador in question will recall that it was one of just 63 ‘SVJ 63’ models, a very limited-run model designed to commemorate the brand’s founding year, 1963. According to a Facebook post from Twister Garage, the incident occurred in Mexico while the thoroughbred supercar was traveling between Cuernavaca and Chilpancingo, on the Del Sol highway.

 

 

For the full story, check out this article from Car Buzz.

 

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