Lamborghini Huracan Spyder stopped by Honda CivicJuly 9, 2018
An open version of Lamborghini Huracan rammed Honda Civic in Chicago. Thanks to the shape of the Italian sports car, the accident cost no victims
In Chicago, the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder sports car crashed into the Honda Civic. Thanks to its wedge-shaped form, the Italian car actually drove into the hatchback. Photos from the scene of the incident were posted on the Facebook channel of WGN TV.
As a result of the incident, no one was hurt. Owner Lamborghini Huracan told CBS Chicago that at the time of the rebuilding, he was distracted by another car and mixed up the pedals. As for the Honda Civic, the hatchback was parked, the driver and passengers were not in the car.
Also, the driver of Lamborghini admitted that this week he will purchase a new car. On what model he is going to stop his choice is not reported.
At the last motor show, Lamborghini company presented an open version of the extreme supercar Huracan Performante. The car received the Spyder prefix in the title and will be on sale in Europe already this summer. The prices for the novelty will start from 308 859 dollars.
The supercar was equipped with a 5.2-liter gasoline engine with ten cylinders. The power of the unit is 640 hp. and 600 Nm of torque. Before the first 100 km/h the car can accelerate in 3.1 seconds. To reach 200 km per hour a two-door can for 9.3 seconds.