Giant Teddy Bear Riding in Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, a Beverly Hills Stunt

Back in the day, driving a Lamborghini was enough to play the "all eyes on me" card. However, in areas where the supercar population density is incredibly high, things aren't the same anymore.
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Sure, people might from a crowd around an Aventador Roadster, but you probably won't be able to achieve the magnetic effect required for a viral video. As such, YouTuber RichKids TV decided to spice up his Aventador Roadster Beverly Hills ride with one... fluffy ingredient.

The V12 supercar receive an oversized teddy bear as a passenger, with the Sant'Agata Bolognese machine then taking a tour of the city. As you can imagine, the furry friend riding shotgun did tick the public attention box, amplifying the Lamborghini's natural charm like some sort of magical creature.

This kind of shenanigan has also been delivered using fixed-roof Lambos, but the Roadster nature of the supercar we have here obviously makes the whole thing more spectacular.

Obviously, such a stunt has been pulled off in the past

While it might seem odd for a vlogger to put an oversized teddy bear inside a Lambo and go for a ride, we'll remind you Chevrolet pulled a similar stunt back in 2014, albeit for a noble cause.

Chevy celebrated National Teddy Bear Day on September 9, 2014, giving a teddy bear a shotgun ride in a Corvette Convertible. September also happens to be Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, with the carmaker donating plush toys to fighting children.

Returning to Lamborghini, the Italian automaker is currently out testing the facelifted version of the Aventador, with the supercar set to land in the first half of next year. And, from the teddy bear perspective, this means toys will get to ride in an even sharper model starting from 2017. In fact, here;s the latest set of Aventador facelift spyshots, in case you missed them.

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