Most Lamborghinis spend a good part of their life being pampered and proudly displayed in their owners’ living room. And then there are a few unfortunate raging bulls that are subjected to things that it’s not designed for, all for the want of adrenaline rush. This poor silver Lamborghini Avendator Roadster is an example of the second case.
As seen in the video, the driver decides to put the all-wheel drive system to an extreme test by taking the supercar off the road, into desert sand. While the low riding Lambo doesn’t appear to be struggling to go sideways on the sand, we can’t help but feel bad for the ruined interiors. Imagine the exquisite interior covered in dry sand!
The Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster is powered by a 6.5-litre V12 engine which puts out a massive 700 PS and 690 Nm of torque. Mated to a 7-speed sequential gearbox and an Haldex 4WD system, the Italian open-top super car is capable of dispatching 0-100 km sprint in just 3 seconds, and it has a top speed of 350 kmph.
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The F1 style double wishbone suspension system at all the four corners is designed and engineered to offer outstanding handling characteristics on a race track. A sandy desert bed is the last terrain Lamborghini would expect its meticulously hand built car to be driven on.