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Lamborghini Meets Firey End in Shenzhen

Published March 11, 2013

In 2018 China Car Times was acquired by Autowise. This article originally appeared on ChinaCarTimes.com.

China is one of the worlds biggest market for super cars, it also seems to be the biggest grave yard for them as well. Time after time weve seen reports of ruined 2 million RMB or more cars that have burned to a crisp or been slammed into central reservations by careless owners. This time reports from Shenzhen show a lime green Lamborghini that was wearing neighboring Hong Kong plates having a self immolation session in the middle of Binhe Boulavard.

Chinese media say that the car set on fire for no apparent reason and is now essentially worthless.

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