Lamborghini Gallardo went up in flames this morning in South Delhi’s Badarpur area. (5 Pics)
The driver of the Italian supercar, which costs upwards of Rs. 2.5 crores, managed to escape without any injuries, according to reports. The incident took place at 9 am under a flyover in Badarpur.
The fire suddenly began near the rear portion of the car, which has its mammoth 5.2 litre engine.
The police have sent the supercar for a detailed analysis to figure out why it burst into flames.
The Gallardo, which went out of production in 2013, is Lamborghini’s best-selling car model with over 14,000 units sold worldwide in its 10 year production run. The car, keeping in typical Lamborghini tradition, is named after a famous breed of fighting bull.
After its production ended, the Gallardo was succeeded by the Huracan in 2014.