In terms of rarity, you won’t find another supercar quite as exclusive as the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce. As the latest and most powerful version of the Murcielago to ever be built, you would have figured that someone who owned an LP670-4 SV would take the utmost care of it, right?

So much for that.

This is one of those ultra rare LP670-4 SVs that we’re talking about. Unfortunately, it’s also just been involved in a car crash. According to Pistonheads, the LP670-4 SV was dinged up pretty bad after spinning out of control in wet conditions on the A40 in London. The involuntary spin cycle resulted in the supercar receiving extensive damage to both the front and rear, making the whole ordeal doubly painful for the hard-lucked owner.

This is the second LP670-4 SVs that’s been involved in a car crash so you can probably cross two off of a list that we hope doesn’t get depleted anytime soon. Then again, with history the way it is, don’t be surprised if we hear another one of these rare and exotic beasts making car crash headlines soon.


Source: Pistonheads

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  (570) posted on 01.31.2010

Well, what else can we expect? Most of the owners of this kind of supercars are not really that experienced in driving such a powerful car. Some of them displays their cars, some of them doesn’t even leave second gear and some of them losses control and crashes them up. What a way to spend money eh.

  (555) posted on 01.19.2010

It is rare but it is taken for granted. Rarity has nothing to do with people’s loss of discipline. Although this car is really a loss.

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