China uses its million-dollar Lamborghini to roast, but the supercar goes up in smoke

China uses its million-dollar Lamborghini to roast, but the supercar goes up in smoke
China uses its million-dollar Lamborghini to roast, but the supercar goes up in smoke

He used his Lamborghini Aventador to cook a skewer of pork but he paid dearly for it: the car caught fire. The experiment, a bit useless and also a symbol of waste, belongs to the owner of the supercar who wanted to show his friends this unusual way of grilling meat with the flames of the exhaust pipe. Bad idea because the sudden and repeated cold acceleration dramatically overheated the engine, draining all the coolant and melting the engine parts and generating a lot of smoke. Damage worth tens of thousands of dollars, because a Lamborghini Aventador can cost over a million dollars in China. The high prices of supercars are due to the taxes and premiums that automakers charge Chinese buyers.

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