Dahlbäck Racing's, one-off Lamborghini Aventador has been destroyed by fire in Sweden. For now, we do not have enough details about the accident. However, there are reports stating, the driver heard a high-sounding bang from the engine bay and pulled over, and within seconds the Aventador went up in flames. The Lamborghini Aventador costs around INR 5 crore in India.
Lamborghini cars are a rare sight, and we have come across quite a few incidents of Lambos being destroyed in the past. However, this Lamborghini was unlike any other Aventador in the world; it was built by Squadra Corse, the racing division of Lamborghini for the owner of Dahlbäck Racing, Hans Dahlbäck.
Hans Dahlbäck's one-off Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 features restyled air intakes, a large race car-inspired rear spoiler and a revamped rear fascia. We are not sure about the performance figures, but keeping in mind Hans Dahlbäck is the owner, expect this Aventador to be fast and furious.
Dahlbäck racing is one of the biggest tuning shops in Europe. Was it Hans Dahlbäck behind the wheel? It isn't known for now, but we are sure this Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 belongs to Dahlbäck Racing and all that's left is a charred Lambo shell. Any takers?
Dahlbäck Racing's Burnt Lamborghini Aventador LP-700 in pictures: