This Crashed Lamborghini Urus Is About To Sell For Over $110,000

If you had close to 120 grand lying around, what would you buy? The all-new 911 Carrera S? Maybe a fleet of older sports cars and motorcycles? Something we’re almost certain you would never consider is a damaged Lamborghini Urus, but that’s exactly what one person is doing.

This 2019 Lamborghini Urus is for sale on Copart and at the time of writing, it had a highest bid of $117,000. This comes despite the fact that the super SUV is being sold with a salvage title and has clearly been involved in a quite serious incident.

No details have been publicized concerning how this Urus ended up like that, but the lack of a front fascia, a damaged engine bay, a bent hood and the deployed airbags indicate that it suffered a rather hefty front-end impact. One of the front wheels has also become detached but it’s hard to know if this happened in the crash or if it’s been manually removed. One auction image shows the wheel with the tire torn off, perhaps indicating the former scenario.

Pricing for the Lamborghini Urus starts at around $200,000 in the United States, but most buyers spend about $240,000 by adding some optional extras. If this example does end up selling for $117,000, it will be a bit of a bargain, especially since it has covered just 752 miles (1210 km) and can probably be repaired for well under $50,000. Quite a princely sum for a salvaged car, but if the shoe fits…

Would you take the risk, however?

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  • Mr. EP9

    I don’t care if this has under 1k miles, this thing is toast. Current bid is $117k for this. There are so many better vehicles you can get for that money instead of one salvaged titled and trashed Urus. I think that’s enough internet for me today.

  • donald seymour

    There is a sucker born everyday.

    • benT

      original buyer for starters……….

  • TheBelltower

    Maybe if I were in the business of repairing cars, then this might be a good opportunity. But as a random schmo, never in a million years would I touch this.

    • A Reg Robinson

      I agree…not sure where the value in this is.

  • benT

    you can buy a Ducati for $60,000 and within 12 months it will double in value.

  • Bash


  • A Reg Robinson

    This looks like 100k worth of repairs. Not sure where you get $50k. Full front suspension, wheels, tires, hood, upper and lower bumpers, lights and thats before you get to the front radiator and all the equipment at the front of the engine bay. Oh air bag deployed?! Steering wheel, dash, headliner. And thats just what you can see…plus labor on an italian car.

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