A Lamborghini Murcielago has recently been crashed in Sydney, Australia, after colliding with a Honda SUV.
Lamborghini has put a stop on the Murcielago production a few years back but the model is not good for the scrap yard “just yet” and it still has something to say in the supercar segment. Sadly, the newest images with such a model are showing it in the aftermath of a crash with a Honda SUV. According to the local automotive media, the Italian supercar has hit the larger vehicle which was turning across the road and into its driveway.
The impact was so severe that the Honda has been flipped onto its side while the supercar has been completely destroyed. The Murcielago has been driven by the owner’s business partner who had it insured. The Lamborghini Murcielago has been replaced in 2010 by the Aventador. This came in two body styles too, coupe and roadster, and was first introduced as a successor of the Diablo, back in 2001. Lambo was offering the Murcielago with an engine choice including the 572 HP 6.2 liter V12, the 640 HP 6.5 liter V12, the 650 HP 6.5 liter V12 and the 670 HP 6.5 liter V12.