Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder Catches Fire in the UK

When will Italian supercars stop showing their drivers what “spontaneous combustion” means? A new case of this kind has been reported in the UK last Monday, when a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder caught fire while it was being driven.
It all happened in Kilburn, Derbyshire, where a yellow Gallardo Spyder burst into flames after reportedly experiencing electrical system issues. Fortunately, fire fighters managed to solve the problem on time and nobody was injured in the event.

From what we can see in some videos captured by a cyclist that was passing by, the supercar was seriously damaged, even though it was entirely swallowed by the flames. We really don’t want to know how it feels to have a fire right next to your head and be separated by the flames only by a cloth roof...

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