New car owner crashes N95.6m Lamborghini 20 minutes after picking it up from showroom

New car owner crashes N95.6m Lamborghini 20 minutes after picking it up from showroom

- Owner of a brand new Lamborghini worth N95.6m, had just picked it from the car dealership shop

- It suffered a mechanical failure and stopped in the middle of the road before it was hit by a van from behind

- Police said it was an honest mistake on the van driver's side

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Legit.ng News on your Facebook News Feed!

If the following unfortunate incident occurred in Nigeria, a lot of people would have said the infamous 'village people' were at work. However, many people believe this is just another case of unforeseen accident.

Owner of an expensive Lamborghini worth N95.6m, is counting losses after his new fancy automobile was written off less than an hour after purchase.

Legit.ng learnt the owner whose identity is yet to be disclosed, hit a snag when his Lamborghini Huracan Spyder suffered a mechanical hitch forcing it to come to a depressing halt in the middle of the road.

Hungry Rivers residents give glory to God as they scramble for spaghetti at accident scene (photo)

PAY ATTENTION: Do you have news to share? Contact Legit.ng instantly

Man crushes new KSh 26 million Lamborghini 20 minutes after leaving car dealer shop

The car developed a mechanical hitch barely 20 minutes after it was taken from the dealer's shop. Photo: UGC
Source: UGC

It was while the car was in the middle of the road that it was hit from behind by a van which wrecked it terribly.

According to Daily Mail, the incident happened in West Yorkshire, England on Wednesday, June 24, afternoon, just 20 minutes after the owner got it from a car dealership shop.

Man crushes new KSh 26 million Lamborghini 20 minutes after leaving car dealer shop

The Lambo was hit from behind by a van. Photo: Daily Mail
Source: UGC

PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News on Legit.ng News App

The accident was confirmed by West Yorkshire Police officer Richard Whiteley who thanked God for no life lost, holding it was an honest mistake by the van's driver.

He blamed the incident on the Lamborghini's mechanical failure.

''It is only a car. But on this occasion, a 20-minute-old, brand-new Lamborghini that stopped due to mechanical failure in lane three then hit from behind by an innocent motorist.'' he said.

We brag differently - Tacha celebrates after making N7.5m from sold-out products in 2 hours

Legit.ng has learnt the driver of the van suffered minor head injuries.

In other news, Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe, recently took a trip down memory lane on social media as she shared a throwback photo of herself from the year 2002.

In the photo, the film star was seen wearing a long-sleeved blouse with a big collar and she also paired it with a long skirt.

Mercy also had on a nice smile as she posed beside a car. In the caption of the post, the actress revealed that the photo was taken in the year 2002 and that she had been posing beside her third car, a Mazda 929. She said that the car had been a big deal at the time.

Cars, properties destroyed as fire guts petrol station in Lagos | Legit TV

Source: Legit

Online view pixel