Lamborghini Huracan sits in Canadian parking lot for years
Owner leaves his Lambirghini stored in parking lot for years!
This amazing Lamborghini Huracán was launched in the year 2017, and it still remains a great car to this day.
The model was updated and replaced by the Huracán STO in 2020, but not many changes.
The owner, who is a resident of Canada, doesn't seem to care that much about his machine. Left the supercar lying around in a parking lot, for who knows how long.
They've even managed to write and draw a little heart in the dust above this big asphalt machine.
Apparently it is wrapped in red and has black masked headlights, matching the carbon fiber aerodynamic components.
The wheels are in the five-spoke model and are finished in black.
It was kept without any kind of protection!
Apparently the owner of this supercar didn't bother at all with a protective cover. Which you should use to protect while you're not riding that machine.
Unfortunately, this Lamborghini was left uncovered, but in a space that is apparently a parking lot and closed, so it at least protects from the rain.
You can see that a large layer of dust is covering the Italian car, this shows that it has been abandoned for several months or even a few years.
However, this photo was posted on the Instagram application, by the “Supercar Fails” profile, and it was informing that the car was abandoned in Ottawa, Canada, without any other information.
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A person appeared speaking in the comments section of the page, claiming that the Huracan belongs to him and that he left it parked there for a long time while he was away on business.
Like all Huracans, it is powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine. That generates approximately 631 hp (471 kW / 640 PS) and 600 Nm (443 lb-ft) of torque.
It is all-wheel drive, and has an automatic gearbox.
This little beauty can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 325 km/h.
In addition, the model they use on the racetrack is 40 kg lighter than the regular Huracan LP610-4, has improved aerodynamics and a new suspension setup.
So the design and performance of this model certainly inspired the Huracán Evo, which was presented in 2019 with the same engine power, followed by the STO a year later, in 2020.