A Lamborghini Aventador supercar has been crashed into a bus in China after its driver swerved onto the wrong side of the road to avoid a motorcyclist.
Exotics supercars are being ruined more and more often these days than ever and the latest incident in which a powerful ride has been turned into a pile of metal, plastic, rubber and some lightweight material, is coming from China. According to police officers, the driver of this orange Lamborghini Aventador has hit a bus in Hefei, 500 km from Shanghai. He swerved onto the wrong side of the road in order to avoid a motorcyclist. The local media isn’t reporting any injuries.
The Lamborghini Aventador has replaced the Murcielago back in 2011 and the model is still being assembled in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy. The model is being offered in two body styles, coupe and roadster, with a mid-engine and an all-wheel drive layout. The Aventador is 4,780 mm long, 2,030 mm wide, 1,136 mm tall and it’s weighing 1,575 kg. Power is provided by a 6.5 liter V12 unit, which is good for 690 HP (510 kW) and 690 Nm (510 lb-ft) of torque. Top speed stands at 370 km/h (230 mph) and the average fuel consumption is 17.2L / 100 km (16.4 mpg UK / 13.7 mpg US).