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Offline trev0006

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I can not believe someone walked away from this.

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40-year-old businessman Pitak Riangsima who owns a US-based networking marketing company crashed his Lamborghini Gallardo while travelling at a speed of 93 mph (150 km/h) in heavy rain. Even though the Gallardo has an AWD system, driving at such a high speed on a soaking wet road is never a good idea as it can lead to this, a heavy crash.

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I read back when one did the same thing hitting a wall that theyre designed to break like this in an accident. Who knows if its true.

http://www.core77.com/blog/transportation/lamborghinis_are_designed_to_split_in_half_in_event_of_a_crash_were_not_so_sure_25612.asp

Edit* That was an Aventador in the previous accident. It may not be a deliberate design safety feature, it could be something that just happens because of the design.



Offline trev0006

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I read back when one did the same thing hitting a wall that theyre designed to break like this in an accident. Who knows if its true.

http://www.core77.com/blog/transportation/lamborghinis_are_designed_to_split_in_half_in_event_of_a_crash_were_not_so_sure_25612.asp

Edit* That was an Aventador in the previous accident. It may not be a deliberate design safety feature, it could be something that just happens because of the design.

It is very much true.
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Offline dodger

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I can not believe someone walked away from this.

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from article:
40-year-old businessman Pitak Riangsima who owns a US-based networking marketing company crashed his Lamborghini Gallardo while travelling at a speed of 93 mph (150 km/h) in heavy rain. Even though the Gallardo has an AWD system, driving at such a high speed on a soaking wet road is never a good idea as it can lead to this, a heavy crash.

7 pictures, video and full article

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That should clean up ok.



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