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This is not the way to do an Aventador convoy!

This is not the way to do an Aventador convoy!

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Last weekend saw the tragic accident of a BMW driver who was flung out of his E92 3 Series convertible along PIE. Condolences to the poor soul who did not survive the crash.

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Last weekend also saw the not-so-tragic accident of two Lamborghini Aventadors crashing into each other along Sembawang Road on 7 June.

The photos of the 2 lamborghinis which crashed into each other went viral among local car clubs with SG Road Vigilante further furnishing us with the video shown here. 

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According to the SGRV's post, the owners of the Aventadors removed their number plates promptly after the accident but its members could spot the similar black bonnet, black strip , white brake caliper and etc. that was similar to another yellow Lamborghini Aventador which was caught driving recklessly at Newton.

 

 

Check out what netizens have to say about this double crash!

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Is this a case of 'you get what you deserve'? Or do you guys think the crash is a loss to our local car scene?

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the smoke smell expensive ... hahaha

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The same car in pink wrap.

Non stop revving at idle. Thank you for your contribution towards nation building (petrol excise duty).  😁

 

 

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This is what you shouldn't do in a Lamborghini while at idle in neutral. It may lead to  a fiery aftermath. 😁 

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On 09/06/2020 at 12:54, Vinceng said:

The same car in pink wrap.

Non stop revving at idle. Thank you for your contribution towards nation building (petrol excise duty).  😁

 

 

Car wrap, tinted windows cum license plate all non lta friendly one 🤭🤭🤭🤫🤫🤫

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On 19/06/2020 at 20:49, Macrosszero said:

Aventadors...... COMBINE!!!

I was about to post Aventadors ASSemble! 😁

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On 09/06/2020 at 12:54, Vinceng said:

The same car in pink wrap.

Non stop revving at idle. Thank you for your contribution towards nation building (petrol excise duty).  😁

 

 

I've been asked by another driver to rev my car at a stoplight in crowded traffic. I politely declined with a smile (took care not to give offence).

It's just not the done thing unless you're in a group of like-minded people and away from the general public.

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