Torquiose Koenigsegg CCXR and Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce clamped in London

If there’s one thing traffic enforcers have taught us, it’s that nobody is above the law, even if you’re a pair of beyond wealthy Middle Easterners. As simple an infraction as illegal parking is, it’s still a little embarrassing for a lot us to have our tires clamped in those not-very-subtle yellow tire locks that never fail to catch the attention of a lot of passersby.

Now, it’s also one thing if your car is just your regular, run-of-the-mill Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla , but a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce and a Koenigsegg CCXR – and in matching turquoise colors, no less – getting the proverbial clamping treatment?

Yikes.

Sure, the owners of these two cars probably wouldn’t have any problems paying the fine for their parking negligence, but still, seeing two beautiful thoroughbreds like a Murcielago Super Veloce and a CCRX – then noticing that they’ve been clamped – isn’t exactly the kind of first impression you’d want to have of the supercars.

Source: You Tube

8 comments:

Dare I say that they should simplify them? Or is that asking too much? I don’t like alphanumeric names for cars. Pure laziness and lacks emotion.

It’s almost as if they saw the 599XX and quickly released the press release.

OH my!!what’s happening???It’s Lamborghini!!

It could use a better wing, IMO. Not necessarily a more subtle one, but less tacked-on looking.

Oh sigh, a lamborghini? Why they clamped each other?

coming next week, ultimate lambo sv re-styled into 14,000 special edition versions including gold-plated and chromed.

If I lived in London, I’d always carry a cordless saw all in the trunk of my vehicle. Also I wouldn’t be so arrogant to believe that the rules did not apply to me, no matter how much money I had.

What happened was very embarrassing in my part. Two super cars clamped in London? I feel sorry for the owners, I bet they feel ashamed for having their tires clamped in the middle of everybody. Anyway, I love the cars.

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