|fedex - 2014-04-27 |
how the Aventador got its name
|infinite zest - 2014-04-27 |
I'll bet the costs of the parts that came off cost more than both of the cars it hit combined. I was hoping the driver would hop out and start running after the bad guy. He's saving your lives, citizens! That guy has a Microwave Emitter!
|jreid - 2014-04-27 |
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-04-27 |
Your symbolic expression of your manhood just got ruined.
|Senator_Unger - 2014-04-27 |
It is England so I have no idea who is at fault, they could all be driving on the wrong side for all I know.
I think the van was slowing down or possibly going into the oncoming right turning lane trying to avoid being hit.. I think that's a right turning lane.. The car was obviously speeding, but I don't know.. you're in a fucking Lamborghini. Doesn't make it right, but I can't think of anything more emasculating than driving down the road with a couple supermodels in a ridiculously expensive sports car going 10 mph.
Also, Aventador comes from the Spanish verb "aventar", which means "to throw".
I'd say that's a case of 'knock for knock' or six of one and half a dozen of the other. The car/van thing shouldn't have pulled out, but the Aventador is accelerating aggressively and is probably past the speed limit at moment of impact. The car/van obviously thought they had enough space to pull out and then bottled it when they saw the Lambo flying at them; the Lambo had the right of way but shouldn't have been speeding. I've seen a slightly different video which shows a Maserati come past first, and it's been implied in other articles with eyewitnesses that the two cars were racing each other.
In short - no one wins, both were to blame.
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