A Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder Italian supercar has recently caught fire in the United Kingdom, in Kilburn, Derbyshire, for no obvious reason, after having some problems with its electrical system.
This actually isn’t the first time when the Lamborghini Gallardo is bursting into flames for no obvious reason, and even if these incidents seem to happen more often, the Italian based automaker isn’t investigating these incidents or announcing a recall. After we saw a Lamborghini Gallardo catch fire in countries like Malaysia or the Czech Republic last year, this actually is the first Italian supercar to wear the “raging bull” logo on it that caught fire in 2012, from what we know.
Reports say that this incident has happened in Kilburn, Derbyshire, United Kingdom, where the yellow Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder has burst into flames after experiencing some problems with its electrical system. Nobody was injured in this unfortunate event and fire fighters managed to solve the problem, but not before the supercar was destroyed. The Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder has been seriously damaged in the incident but not one was hurt. The car manufacturer didn’t make a statement on this problem until writing this article and we don’t have any details on a possible Lamborghini investigation.