Oh boy. Behold the first-ever recorded crash of the Lamborghini Huracan.
The crash reports first surfaced after an Huracán registered in the Czech Republic was reportedly pulled from a ditch after catching fire on the M7 motorway in Hungary. The footage of the crash has officially been released by Hungarian police, and not only does it document the aftermath (now here’s something to show in drivers ed), but the events leading up to the crash are actually recorded by the driver and his passenger as they soar down the M7 in the Lamborghini Huracán at over 200 mph.
Miraculously, both the driver and the passenger survived, with injuries having been treated during a brief stay in the hospital. With human lives preserved, while mourning the loss of a great super car, as the photos show it absolutely charred to the ground. But more importantly, we can also hope to discipline the two numbskulls appropriately for achieving triple-digit speeds on a public roadway, thereby putting the lives of other motorists in danger.
Watch the video for yourself down below while remembering to drive responsibly. And if you want to have fun, then please do everyone, including yourself, a favor, and visit a closed-course track.