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Lamborghini LP670-4 SV Totaled in Indonesia

Just like the SUV segment has it’s share of full-size vehicles, which are massive beasts that bite the dust without braking a nail for a living, the supercar world also comes with its full-size league, which puts the driver on top of a tower of power.
Lamborghini LP670-4 SV crash 4 photos
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One of the best examples of such a car is the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV. This is the final cry the Murcie delivered before being replaced by the Aventador and can be described as a menacing beast. However, all its power can turn against its driver, if the person behind the wheel doesn’t keep things under control.

The adjacent images, which come from TeamSpeed, show us what happens when a Murcielago LP670-4 SV enters the dark side. We are talking about a crash that took place in Indonesia.

The accident, which happened in the proximity of the capital city, Jakarta, saw the driver loosing control, with the car hitting a concrete element placed at the center of the road and subsequently being rear-ended by another car. The result? A totaled Raging Bull.
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