Lamborghini LP640 Crash

For car loving Germany, last weekend must have been one of the darkest in a rather long time. A car crash is always a sad thing to happen, but this weekend a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport and a Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster got involved in two seperate crashes. Both cars could be saved from the junkyard but repair costs will be massive.

The Lamborghini was driven by a 32-year-old driver who lost control due to the high speed. This accident happened near Vaterstetten in lower Franconia. The driver got away, at least without serious injuries, but with an expensive bill to pay.

The second accident, involving the Veyron Grand Sport, happened near Geiselwind on the A3. Here the driver, again, lost control while passing another car at around 200km/h (125mph) resulting in a crash which damaged the hypercar to a value of around 400.000 euros.

Bugatti Veyron Crash

[via PolizeiBayern]

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  1. dumbass people shouldnt owne in the first place!!go to the track to do your hot rodding 125mph anything can happen someone didnt see you and pulls out in front HOOO S#$%^% thats it !!!hello!!!

  2. The Lambo was crashed in Siegen, my hometown and he was not travelling by highspeed, he just pushed the throttle in a curve, dunno what dumbass wrote this information.

    And by the way, it was registered only one day before.

  3. First of all, the Lamborghini is not a LP640 – it’s a Murciélago Roadster.

    Furthermore, the Veyron is a GrandSport-edition…

  4. @TJ: I don’t know if it’s another crash but this article is about a Lamborghini Murcielago crash near Vaterstetten. It was in my newspaper today. The police said that the driver lost control because he was speeding.

    @lamborghiniMan: 200km/h are not that fast on this stretch of autobahn where you can drive as fast as you want because during day time there is no speed restriction at that sector.

  5. wow, lambo i can understand he crashed, but veyron, he must’ve really been hooning it off.

    and the repair cost sounds reasonable after you watch how its made on nat geo’s man made wonders ;D


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