Do you know when you wake up with your left foot? Or when you control your day to the maximum: “being in the wrong place at the wrong time”? It happened to an Iraqi driver living in Norway, but he was caught under Danish law. Despite the mix of nations, the story is simple: sympathy for Lamborghini’s speed abuse.
The fact is that a driver – anonymous – went to Germany to buy a Lamborghini Hurricane. After paying the equivalent of $ 400,000 (R $ 2.2 million in direct conversion), the buyer decided to return home and, by the way, wanted to play on the new treat. He stepped deeper. It reached 236 kilometers per hour. But this happened on the runway in Denmark, and there are recent laws that strictly prohibit this practice.
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There, a person caught speeding above the permissible speed (130 km / h) commits a driving violation under “crazy” driving. The punishment is recent, in this sense, it not only imposes a fine on the driver, but also confiscates the offender’s car.
In short, what happened to the person in question. Local police stopped and seized the man’s car a few hours after the purchase.
However, the case does not end there. If the seizure is legalized in court – it is still pending – the confiscated hurricane will be auctioned off. In short, the money goes to the Danish public treasury. There, it should be noted that committing a violation is tantamount to insulting the police. Therefore, unlike Brazil, the country has an effective investigation and is free from the purchasing power of the defendants.
640 hp V10
Despite the impact, it did not say which version of Huracan starred in the scene. However, it should be noted that the model always comes with a powerful 5.2 V10 engine.
Through the set, it develops 640 hp of power and 61.2 mAh of torque. In EVO or STO versions (revealed late last year, photo above), the Super sporty It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. It has a top speed of 325 kmph. Did the Iraqi driver want to reach that limit?
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