Intentionally ripped Urus

Intentionally ripped Urus

Jamal’s Lamborghini SUV costs 238,556 euros, but there are those who can afford to buy it with the sole purpose of destroying it.

We live in tough times. For a few million views, there are those who embark on very stupid projects, knowing that they will go viral. For us car enthusiasts, watching the demolition spectacle of a gem like the Urus is a blow to the heart. The procedure will seem surreal to you, and unfortunately it all really happened.

Lamborghini

Before embarking on the defining insane act of the Russian hero in resourcefulness, let’s analyze the model house in Sant’Agata Bolognese. Urus represented an absolute turning pointThanks to the intuition of former CEO Stefano Domenicali. The SUV trend started to go crazy and wealthy car collectors began to demand a level of luxury that was, to say the least, exciting. Jeeps, Mercedes and BMWs were no longer enough, there was even a need to raise the bar.

With these assumptions, the luxury SUV was born. Porsche was the first brand that strongly believed in expanding this segment. The Stuttgart house, in a period of acute crisis, began producing the Cayenne. It was the first E-class SUV from the German automaker And gave a decisive impetus to the revival of the brand. Within 20 years, the market had begun to be dotted with high-profile models.

The distinctive features of the cars offered by Bentley, Lamborghini, Maserati, Aston Martin and more recently also from Ferrari are as follows: Slim and luxurious body, bright colors and unbridled luxury. With the Urus, Lamborghini began selling, on a massive scale, as never before in its history. They got a dizzy bill.

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Made in Italy pride

Lamborghini is part of the Volkswagen Group, which includes Porsche and Audi, among others. Building on experience with 4×4s of other brands, the home in Sant’Agata Bolognese has opened up new frontiers. The sharp lines of a supercar are reproduced in the four-wheel drive giant.

The V8 biturbo engine, capable of unleashing 650hp and 850Nm, has the performance of a thoroughbred race car. From 0 to 100 km / h takes just 3.6 secondsWhile the maximum speed is close to 300 km / h. Despite its two-ton weight, the Urus is a straight, curved sword. Other, more peppery versions were also released, such as the S.

From 2018 to today we have witnessed any form of Urus stunt, but we could never have imagined a destruction studied and visualized by a user who, until recently, would have been addressed by another name, but today is generally recognized in the community as the “influencer” . From white the car turned red and now you will understand why.

Broken Lamborghini Urus

The Italian SUV was crushed by a huge canister with red liquid inside. Even in the action movies of the 80s, we had never seen such a scene. On the snow, in a nonsense atmosphere, three tons fell on the Urus River. Why such a trick? basic, To celebrate 10 million followers on Instagram. Perhaps, once upon a time, the finish line could have been celebrated with a red ribbon, but those times are now a distant memory.

This would not be the news, while the action to destroy Lambo was specially organized by the young Russian to promote his energy drink. The list of vehicles he destroyed is long. This includes the BMW M5, Mercedes AMG GT 63 and Porsche Taycan. There are those who specialize behind the wheel and those who prefer to destroy luxury cars. When you don’t know how to become “popular” on the web, every action makes sense.

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We can tell you that 250,000 euros can save many people in difficulty, but unfortunately we doubt that the young man will ask himself these existential questions about society. If he was helping those in need he wouldn’t have a following. This is today’s world, in the hands of clowns, the rich who didn’t make their money and the ignorant too. In addition to ignoring the many ways in which good can be done in such a sum, in this case one does not even appreciate the value of an Italian work of art.

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