Rolls-Royce Ghost crashes into a Lamborghini Urus in a millionaire accident...

Rolls-Royce Ghost crashes into a Lamborghini Urus in a millionaire accident...
Rolls-Royce Ghost crashes into a Lamborghini Urus in a millionaire accident...

This is really a photo that you don’t see every day. If it is already difficult to see a Rolls-Royce Ghost and a Lamborghini Urus at the same time, it is even rarer to see an accident between them! The worst thing is that the local reports indicate that the Ghost driver fled moments after causing this clash.

According to Express & Star, the Rolls-Royce Ghost was the cause of the accident when crashing into two cars, the Lamborghini Urus being the most evident. Apparently the driver of the Rolls-Royce luxury car was not in the best condition to drive and, despite having fled, Force Response has a photo of him. There is no information on whether there were passengers in both vehicles, but apparently there are no injuries. Which turns out to be positive because, when we look at the image, we realize that it was not a “sweet” touch, mainly because of the visible debris in Ghost. The Lamborghini Urus had the right rear wheel slightly offset, which may indicate costly problems to solve. Basically we can talk about arrangements of around 250 thousand euros.

Fonte: Express & Star

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