A Lamborghini Gallardo driver crashed his supercar into another vehicle on the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto, Canada on Sunday night. While no one was injured in the incident, the front fascia of the blue Gallardo was completely rattled on a night where two more major accidents took place in Toronto.

The cops failed to arrest or even question the driver since he quickly fled in a BMW that arrived at the spot moments later. Repairing the Gallardo will cost a fortune and it could even be a complete write-off is there’s structural damage. The details of the driver are still unknown and it’s quite common in Canada for the drivers to flee from the scene of an accident despite there being serious repercussions for doing so as the media hardly pays attention to such cases.

Mike Gallo, service manager at Lamborghini Uptown Toronto, told the National Post that the Gallardo in question is the LP560-4 variant, which packs a 5.2-liter V10 motor producing 552 hp and 540 Nm of torque and had a base price of around $192,000 in the United States when it was launched. Gallo further added that the model year is probably 2012 or 2013, but he doesn’t think the car is from Toronto.

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  1. it’s quite common in Canada for the drivers to flee from the scene of “an accident”

    How exactly did you arrive at this ridiculous comment? What’s the basis and fact behind this statement?


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