- An emerging video of an expensive Lamborghini car spotted on an untarred road and local area has sent netizens into a frenzy
- In the short clip, the owner of the black whip which is usualy owned by wealthy folks drove slowly in a bid to mitigate the dusty, bumpy and muddy road
- Some social media users wondered who could be the owner of the car, just as some joked that the car will need serious mechanic work after such a ride
Lamborghini is one of the most expensive cars in the world, hence only a good number of wealthy folks can boast of having it in their garages.
According to Lamborghini Paramus, the price of a Lamborghini can start anywhere from $200,000 (N82.8 million) to $500,000 (N207 million) depending on the model; little wonder a video of the whip being driven in a local area got social media buzzing.
Taxi driver turns car into mini supermarket, makes drinks, sweets & biscuits available for passengers in video
A short video shared on Instagram by @gossipmilltv captured the black whip plying an untarred, dusty and muddy road.
While the identity of its driver is still unknown, the personality in the car sure knew what he was in for and moved on the road with caution, in an obvious bid not to get it damaged.
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Legit.ng couldn't confirm where the video was recorded as of time of making this report.
Some netizens believed the owner returned to the local area to show off the costly whip.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
"Him don use am go visit the girl for trenches wey call am broke 4years ago."
"At the point when the Lambo hangs in a pothole. Boyz no go push. Na pictures we go take till phone full, after that we negotiate price for pushing. AGBA driver de ni mi oo Zino."
"Funny enough trenches people nor go know the worth as far say no be Lexus or GLK."
"3 to 6 months of frequently travelling these roads. Na mechanic next oh."
"Symptoms Of A Ritualist ! Even Davido No Fit Carry His Own Commot For Banana Island Coz the Shipping Fee Sef No Be Here!"
Gold-painted Rolls Royce Phantom spotted on street being used as a taxi
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a gold-painted costly Rolls Royce Phantom was seen being used as a taxi.
What many would consider a priced asset that is reserved for VIP events or special outings, was converted into a taxi and was spotted on the streets of India.
A video capturing the whip in motion was shared on Instagram by @autogeeks.in and got many talking.
The luxury car whose price starts from N186m was also painted with gold, giving it a standout look anywhere it is spotted.
A netizen claimed the car belongs to a wealthy man called Boby Chemmanur.