A Lamborghini Aventador Roadster crashed this weekend in Estonia. The Italian supercar is a rarity on the streets of the Baltic state. The accident happened in the capital, Tallinn. The car apparently belongs to a Lebanese businessman, Abdulkarim Saadallah.
It seems that the driver of the silver Lamborghini Aventador Roadster lost control of the vehicle on Tallinn Maritime Boulevard. It hit a lamppost causing damage to the front bumper and front splitter. It came to rest very close to a tram system, causing delays for passengers.
The owner is apparently a board member of the Nordic Timber Group, as well as Baltimber OÜ, Woodpro OÜ, Global Impex OÜ, Universal Trading TS Eesti AS. The authorities have confirmed that the driver will not be charged with any offences. Fortunately, there were no reports of any injuries.
This particular Aventador Roadster looks remarkably similar to the spec of the first car Lamborghini used when the Roadster was unveiled at the Los Angeles Motor Show 2012. The roof features a removable, two-piece carbon fiber system. It gets the same 6.5 liter aspirated V12 as the Coupe, generating 700hp.