The bizarre collision between a Hyundai and a Lamborghini Huracán Performante Spyder, which was captured on CCTV in the United Kingdom, has gone viral. The Hyundai driver is clearly to blame. The individual causes a collision when the costly Lamborghini in oncoming traffic turns right since they don't notice it.
Without video evidence, it would be difficult to understand how a Hyundai driver could have driven their car onto the bonnet of a Lamborghini Huracán Performante Spyder.
A Hyundai driver turning right onto a street and failing to notice a Lamborghini on its right-hand side are both captured on CCTV footage of the strange incident.
The South Korean vehicle's two wheels finish up on top of the bonnet of the Italian supercar after the two vehicles clash. The sedan's driver continues to accelerate while holding the Lamborghini's bodywork in the air.
The Hyundai driver may have thought, "If I keep going, maybe no one would notice," according to Zero2Turbo.
According to Bloomberg, the Lamborghini costs about R5 million and has a V12 engine that can accelerate from a complete stop to 100 km/h in less than 2.5 seconds.
The event reportedly took place in Leeds, and police have confirmed that nobody was hurt.
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