Lamborghini Aventador Flaming Exhaust Battles Lightning Strike in this Epic Photo

We've seen so many fiery exhaust battles involving the Lamborghini Aventador that this has almost become a mainstream matter and yet today we are here to show you an image that takes the Raging Bull's fire-spitting exhaust (a custom one, as usual) to a whole new level.
Lamborghini Aventador Exhaust Flame Battles Lightning Strike in this Epic Photo 1 photo
Photo: Marcel Lech Photography
This time, the exhaust flame doesn't battle another supercar for your attention, but a lightning strike. Capturing either one of these in a well-sorted picture isn't easy and yet Marcel Lech Photography is giving us just that.

The story behind the Aventador and the fiery exhaust

With the Aventador, Lamborghini has found a way of turning the fire that has troubled the supercar genre for decades, Lamborghini included, into something useful. A tad of unburned gas being thrown into the hot exhaust, all dictated by a precise ECU command and the V12 machine will spit flames.

The Aventador and the McLaren 12C (here's a flaming exhaust pic from our 12C review) were the... pioneers of a trend that has taken over the supercar world. While the stock machines only occasionally did this, the aftermarket world couldn't miss the opportunity to exploit this explosive pathway.

Thus, there are plenty of custom exhaust kits that can turn your supercar into a flamethrower. As you can imagine, some of them cross the border of safety and accidents can sometimes happen, which supercars burning objects around them.

In the end, it's all a matter of driving responsibility, but then again, with the tons and tons of horsepower packed by these machines, the story has been the same ever since the early days of the Miura.
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