Spotted on STOMP and EDMW Singapore:
Orange Lamborghini goes up in flames outside Outram Road kindergarten
STOMPers Lily and Grace spotted this fiery orange Lamborghini that had burst into flames after crashing into an electrical box along Outram Road at about 2pm today. The accident had caused a traffic jam along the road, and many pedestrians were crossing the road to take pictures of the crashed car.
Read the full story from STOMP
Just as I was wondering what happened, I chanced upon the answer from Oneshift.com:
At 2pm this afternoon, an orange Lamborghini Murcielago met with an accident along Outram Road. Eye witness reports said the Lamborghini crashed into an eletrical box along the main road and burst into flames moments later.
Initial reports said that the driver escaped unhurt. Although the sight of the crashed exotic did attract much attention with many whipping out their camera phones to snap photos of the defeated exotic.
An unnamed source said that the pictured exotic is actually a normal Murcielago kitted up to resemble the more powerful LP670 Super Veloce version. The Murcielago is a two door coupe and was the successor to the Diablo. Powered by a 6.2 litre V12 with 572bhp, it could reach 0 – 100kmh in 3.6 seconds with a top speed of 329kmh.
The LP670-4 Super Veloce was the final production version of the Murcielago and is the most powerful Murcielago ever built in the Sant’Agata factory as a final swan song to the much vaunted V12 model.
Gosh..what a waste of this gorgeous Lamborghini Murcielago!
But anyway, luckily today is a public holiday so no children were around!