Published Tuesday, 01 April 2014
In front of stunned passers-by on London's Sloane Street, the Lamborghini Aventador clips a Mazda turning out of a side street - lifting off the road and into the air.
It then grazes one parked 4X4, before ploughing into a parked BMW and skidding to a halt.
Debris from the vehicles ends up scattered over the road and a man runs to the aid of the driver and his female passenger.
They both emerge from the car, apparently unhurt, and inspect the extent of the damage.
As ITV reports, the state of the matte black supercar drew onlookers to surround the vehicle and take pictures.
Police were called to the scene of Sunday afternoon's crash, but no arrests were made and the car was eventually towed away by a recovery vehicle.
The Aventador production run was limited to 4,000 after the model was unveiled in 2011.
Featuring a 6.5 litre V12 engine, the car is capable of accelerating from 0 to 62mph in 2.9 seconds, with a top speed of 217mph.
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