A child who stole a car for the purchase of a Lamborghini was driven in a real supercarMay 7, 2020
He was given a ride on a real Lamborghini Huracan
A couple of days ago, a five-year-old child from the United States hijacked a parent’s SUV to drive to a neighboring state and buy a Lamborghini. He was stopped by the police and returned to his parents, but instead of the expected punishment, they helped the boy fulfill his dream – he still rode a Lamborghini Huracan.
A day after the child was stopped by the Utah police at the wheel of the parent’s car, the boy’s family received several offers from the owners of Italian supercars who wanted to realize his dream.
As a result, parents accepted the offer of Jeremy Neves, who owns a black matte Lamborghini Huracan. Together with him and mother, five-year-old Adrian took a ride in the passenger seat of an Italian supercar, which Jeremy shared on his Facebook page.
Lamborghini Huracan debuted at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. The supercar is equipped with a 5.2-liter V10, giving out 610 horsepower and 560 Nm of torque. To 100 km/h the car is able to accelerate in 3.2 seconds, and its maximum speed is 325 kilometers per hour.
A five-year-old child hijacked a parent’s SUV on May 5. The police noticed a car moving along the highway suspiciously slowly – 50 kilometers per hour. Having stopped the car, at the wheel the police found a young Adrian Zamarripe, who with three dollars in his pocket went to buy a Lamborghini in another state.
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