Violence is never the answer.
Now that Lamborghini is a part of the ever-growing Volkswagen Empire as the automaker continues on its quest to be the biggest in the world, we think it’s safe to say that Lamborghini is now a part of the BMW vs Audi rivalry because they are siblings of the German automaker from Ingolstadt.
In a recent crash in Mariano, Italy, we think that one Lamborghini Murciélago was taking things into its own hands as it crashed into a BMW motorcycle dealership, taking out quite a few motorbikes (and itself) in the process. We’re not entirely sure what BMW did this time to Audi (and the greater VW family) but they learned the hard way that you don’t mess with the family in Italy.
According to police, two men in the Murciélago lost control after exiting a curve near the dealership causing it to swerve into the oncoming lane. The super car then took out the motorcycle display and destroyed the large window before it came to rest in the middle of the street. Thankfully nobody was seriously injured and no other vehicles were involved besides the motorcycles and Murciélago.
Some may blame it on the driver trying to show off and subsequently losing control of the powerful super car, but we think there’s something else behind it. Once you get the “family” involved, bad things start to happen. Just watch The Godfather.
Lamborghini Crashes into BMW Dealer Gallery
[Source: La Provincia]