What Would You Pay For a Wrecked Lamborghini Aventador?
According to this video, one in Dubai auctionned for a princely $100,000.
In Dubai, the value of things is oftentimes determined by how much a person with unlimited funds feels like paying for it. After all, what is money to a tiny emirate that pumps $200 million out of the ground each day?
Purchased new, the Lamborghini Aventador coupe retails for $400,995. That’s a lot of money. That’s supercar money. But you get what you pay for: An extremely design-appropriate (to the flashy crowds in the Dubai medinas) sports car with a 6.5-liter, 691-hp V-12 mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive propulsion. That’s a lot of car in most societies.
So what would you pay for an Aventador that’s been in a serious “rollover accident,” during which the pilot lost control, hit a curb at speed, and “jumped” into the air before landing on its wheels?
According to this video, if you were in Dubai, you’d pay $100,000. New airbags not included.
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