Lamborghini Driver Rear-Ends Pickup, Abandons It And Flees In Mercedes

A Lamborghini Huracan driver in Miami, Florida has been caught on a security camera rear-ending a pickup truck and fleeing the scene.

Local 10 ABC News reports that at roughly 7:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, a Miami Beach firefighter was travelling to work in his black pickup.

As he slowly approached a red light at an intersection, he was violently shunted forward by a blacked-out Lamborghini Huracan Spyder. Both the driver and passenger of the Lamborghini quickly jumped out of the car and run to the sidewalk, standing behind a black S-Class that was driving alongside them before the crash. They then jumped in the Merc and fled the scene!

Speaking to local media, an employee of a nearby shop, Tee Wilson, said the accident was bizarre.

“That was really crazy. A Lamborghini is like a $300,000 car, how can you just leave it there,” she said.

Unsurprisingly, the full-size pickup truck was hardly damaged by the crash. On the other hand, the Lamborghini sustained some hefty damage to its front end. Images taken on the scene show that much of the front bumper has been ruined, the hood has been torn open, and some damage may have been done to the vehicle’s crash structure. Both the front passenger and front driver airbags were deployed in the crash.

Police say that they took the Lamborghini away from the scene to use as evidence. It remains unclear why the driver and passenger fled the scene, and to whose name the Huracan was registered, but if they’re caught, they may face some serious consequences.


  • Paul

    They got into the black Benz on the passenger side and it sped away. Wonder if the Lambo was stolen or being stolen?

    • brn

      That was my first thought.

    • LouInPA

      Gone in 60-seconds 2018 edition

    • Honda NSX-R

      The Benz is probably stolen too

    • DR.FUNK

      You should probably stay off your phone in the middle of a 6 figure car heist.

  • Honda NSX-R

    Bet it’s stolen

  • Six_Tymes

    Must have been Stolen, OBVIOUSLY.

  • Mr. EP9

    No surprise this happened in Florida. I’m starting to think this is normal for them.

  • ace_9

    I’m surprised that a women working in a bakery shop knows quite well how much huracan is worth 😮

    • brn

      I’m impressed, not surprised.

    • DR.FUNK

      It’s Miami…everybody has an eye (if not the budget) for big ticket items.

  • Knotmyrealname

    Pleading to the public about the owner of the Lambo? What are the cops doing?
    And another thing… why do minority groups immigrate to a country only to turn over the very culture and law abiding norm that they’re (allegedly) attracted to?

    • brn

      What the cops are doing is not telling the media. The cops have likely already spoken to the owner (of the stolen car). The media is trying to make more of a story than there is.

      As to your last question, really? You decided to go there?

      • Knotmyrealname

        Yeah, I decided to go there. It’s a genuine question. You think it doesn’t happen?

    • getoffme

      And what made you think it is a minority?

      • Knotmyrealname

        You know otherwise? Steer me right.

  • Enter Ranting

    In other words, Florida.

  • donald seymour

    Dang, Tee Wilson is thicc, looking like a snack.


    Black guys, of course.

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