The world’s rarest and most expensive crash Lamborghini Aventador supercar into another almost identical supercar is very rare. Yet that is what happened in Sembawang Road Singapore on June 7.
Earlier this month, the driver of a lemon yellow Aventador S rear-ended a nearly identical Lamborghini on the streets of Singapore, reports Car Scoops. And as you might expect from the crash of two over-the-top supercars, there were plenty of people on hand to document the accident for social media.
The driver, probably distracted at that moment, didn’t notice another vehicle stopped at a red light at an intersection.
According to the report, it’s highly likely that one of the Aventadors was stopped at the light when it was rear-ended by the other. The report even states that the owners quickly removed their number plates, as if they couldn’t easily be identified in the various CCTV traffic cameras and the initial barrage of phone photos and videos taken at the scene.
Lamborghini Aventador STARTING AT $426,000, Horsepower: 729 hp, Engine: 6.5 L V12 and Torque: 507 lb-ft.
Lamborghini Aventador looks like nothing else on the road, pure V-12 experience, impossibly athletic for its size. Aventador powertrain hierarchy begins with a mid-mounted naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 that develops 730 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque that is transmitted to the wheels via a seven-speed automated-manual transmission.