Number of supercar crashes in India is on a rise. This time it’s a yellow Lamborghini Murcielago that comes to a standstill. The accident took place in Leisure Valley, Gurgaon on Friday evening.
In short, guy behind the wheel and co-passenger was unhurt, and were soon driven away by a friend. Wrecked supercar was left at accident site. The evening drive involved speeding, and loss of vehicle control leading upto the crash. The vehicle first made contact with a roadside railing, and then a tree, and that was that.
Upon impact, the driver side sustained serious damage cause the side skirting to peel off. While the right door did not entirely unhinge, it was locked into an odd position having endured serious denting.
Though hanging on by a thread, with the rear wheel dislodged on impact, a flat landing caused the Lamborghini Murcielago rear to stay elevated upon coming to a stop. At the end, that’s yet another two seater supercar towed away by the cops. The crashed Lamborghini Murcielago wore Delhi registration plates. No case has been registered. Two weeks earlier, a Lamborghini Murcielago crashed close to India Gate, Delhi. The supercar was in production between 2001 and 2010.