If you have a really powerful car, for example a Lamborghini Aventador with a V12 engine, it may be tempting to hit the gasoline a little more aggressively.
But it may also be punishing to give in to this temptation. The owner of a Lamborghini Aventador learned this recently.
It’s not over with just having your driver’s license confiscated. No then, here the long arm of the law also took the whole car.
Million cars seized
Now it must be said that the person in question did not just drive the car Little Very fast. We are talking about almost three times the set speed, which was immediately 60 km / h.
Speed was measured at 170 km/h on Interstate 7 in Toronto.
Not very smart on any public road – but of course very bad in the 60’s.
There was no prayer either. The Canadian guy had to get his feet wet on the way home. The vehicle was seized and transferred to a tow truck.
Speak a million cars
Now it should be brought to the market that the sanctions in Canada and Norway are slightly different. Here at home, one hardly got a driver’s license again several years ago – probably never – and a few weeks have passed in the lockers.
But in the case we are talking about here, the driver lost his driver’s license for only 30 days.
And even if the car is seized, it is not the same in Denmark – it is auctioned and the owner never gets it back or the money back. No, in this case the car will be returned after two weeks.
More to follow
170 km / h by the way is not any speed for a car of this caliber. The top speed of the Lamborghini Aventador is 350 km/h.
By the way, the engine is a 6.5-liter V12, which produces 740 horsepower, and goes from 0-100 km / h in a super speed of 2.9 seconds.
The price of a new car in Norway is about 5 million NOK.
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