French Montana and Chinx Drugz Drive a Lamborghini Murcielago in Their New Video

French Montana and Chinx Drugz Drive a Lamborghini Murcielago 3 photos
Photo: French Montana's Instagram
French Montana and Chinx Drugz Drive a Lamborghini MurcielagoFrench Montana and Chinx Drugz Drive a Lamborghini Murcielago
The latest project French Montana's Coke Boys group and record label are working at finds fellows Chinx Drugz and Zack at the wheel of a Lamborghini Murcielago. Kyle Kardashian’s new boyfriend recently posted an image of the white exotic on his Instagram, quoting that soon a new video will hit the market.
Chinx Drugz’s new mixtape called “Cocaine Riot 4” has French Montana among other rappers on it and will also future a new video called “Floor Up.” Chinx Drugz or simply Chinx, is a member of French Montana’s Coke Boys group and record label, which also consists of Cheeze, Flip, and Lil Durk. And now that we know why we’re looking at this picture, let us talk cash, drugs and ladies (of course we meant cars).

We’re used to see these rappers at the wheel of an Aventador or at least a decently murdered-out Rolls-Royce, so having the Murcielago in action is quite the premiere. First of all, the model is a bit older, secondly it’s quite slower and not that strong. In fact, production of the Murcielago ended in November, 2010, with a total run of 4,099 cars.

But let us not quit it yet. Whichever of the 6.5-liter V12 engines you’d pick, this little monster is still quite powerful, packing at least 640 horsepower, reaching a top speed of a little bit over 200 mph (321 km/h), which is not so bad if you ask us.

One thing we can’t really figure out in this picture, what’s the story with the Bentley poster they have hooked there, in the back? Are we going to see an actual British car or it’s just the wanna-be thing these artists like to do every now and then.
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