In the very center of London, near the luxurious Harrods department store, a Lamborghini Aventador broke down for some unknown reason. According to The London Economic, law enforcement officers came to the rescue.
The supercar broke down in a very unfortunate place, and two female police officers, together with a kind passer-by, decided to evacuate the car with their own hands. In the end, they had to push the Lamborghini 100 meters down the street to a place where cars are allowed to stop.
- According to eyewitnesses, the driver never got out of the supercar, but sat behind the wheel, clasping his head in his hands.
Local journalists managed to find out that the broken Lamborghini Aventador was registered for the first time in September 2012, and the current owner bought it in June 2018. The supercar is powered by a 700-horsepower 6.5 V12 and currently has a range of around 7,000 miles (11,300 kilometers).
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