Do you know when to get up with the left foot? Or when your day is governed by the principle: “Being in the wrong place at the wrong time”? Well, this happened to an Iraqi driver who lives in Norway, but the Danish law caught him. Despite the mix of countries, the story is simple: pity for the abuse of speed in a Lamborghini.
The truth is that the driver in question – whose name has not been revealed – traveled to Germany to buy a Lamborghini Tornado. After paying the equivalent of US$400,000 (R$2.2 million in direct transfer), the buyer decided to go home and, on the way, wanted to play with the new treatment. deep footsteps. It reached 236 km / h. But this happened on the runways in Denmark, where there is a recent law strictly prohibiting the practice.
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There, whoever is set at a speed above the permissible speed (130 km / h) commits a driving offense under “insane” driving. The punishment is modern, and in this sense it imposes not only fines on the driver, but also confiscation of the offender’s car.
This is, in short, what happened to the individual concerned. He was stopped by the local police, and his car was confiscated a few hours after the purchase.
The case, however, does not end there. If the forfeiture takes place in court – it is still on trial – the forfeited Huracán will be auctioned off. In short, the money goes to the public treasury in Denmark. It should be noted that committing the offense here is an insult to the police. Therefore, unlike Brazil, the country has an effective and independent investigation of the purchasing power of the accused.
640 HP V10
Despite the fallout, nothing was said about the version of Huracán who starred in the scene in question. However, it is worth noting that the model always comes with a powerful 5.2 V10 engine.
Through the range, it generates up to 640 horsepower and 61.2 million kilograms of torque. Whether in the EVO or STO versions (revealed late last year, photo above), the super athlete It goes from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. It goes at a maximum speed of 325 km / h. Did the Iraqi driver want to reach this limit?
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