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.
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.
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, 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.