We don’t know if law enforcement officials in London have a certain bias against supercars, but it seems that just about all the recent videos we see of exotics in the streets of London are either getting pulled over, clamped, or impounded.
A few weeks ago, it was the pair of turquoise supercars – one was a Koenigsegg CCXR; the other was a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce – getting clamped. Now, we have a pink Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce getting pulled over by the London police for revving. Coincidentally enough, the video also shows the two aforementioned turquoise exotics that we’re assuming are the same two cars that were clamped a few weeks ago.
As the turquoise LP670-4 SV was leaving, the driver starts revving his supercar to get some attention to which the pink LP670-4 SV responded with a rev of his own. Unfortunately, the driver failed to notice that a patrol car was lurking just behind him. As a result, the supercar was pulled over and after a few questions and requests for documents – not all of which were produced – the London police decided it would be prudent if they just impounded the pink supercar until all documents were produced.
Check out the two videos to see how the whole thing played out. Video number 2, which shows the police officer’s flustered attempts in driving the supercar, can be seen after the jump.