This Lamborghini Aventador Doesn’t Allow You to Photograph It

Lamborghini Aventador: no photo sign 1 photo
Say what you will about Lamborghinis, but when you show up anywhere with a car like the Aventador, you’d better be prepared for the paint to be burned by the thunderstorm of flashes that follows.
We experienced this during our Lamborghini Aventador Roadster review - as we stopped to clean the car and do a few shots in the Monaco Harbour, people couldn’t help themselves and took about a thousand times more pictures of the Lambo than we did. Heck, we could’ve just asked them to mail us the pics and consider the photo part of the review covered.

Nonetheless, we may have come across the first Lamborghini Aventador that doesn’t enjoy being photographed. As you can see above, the Aventador Coupe we’re talking about sends out a pretty clear message, the kind you usually see displayed around strategic locations such as military bases.

Well, you can’t just buy an Aventador in Arancio Argos (the Raging Bull name for this particular shade of orange) and expect people not to shoot your car. As a result, this Aventador was... photographed over the weekend. The car was spotted in Hungary, while it was having a high-octane snack on the country’s M1 motorway. Enough to be hunted down...
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