In total, 111 digital pieces will be distributed to everyone involved in the stunt, while the remaining 888 will be auctioned on February 25th. Prices will start at 0.01 Ether, which is around $26 to people who like their cold, hard cash a little more fungible.


When the auction goes live, Shl0ms will also release the full video of the Lamborghini’s demise. Until then, there’s a teaser of the stunt on the artist’s Twitter account.

Shl0ms was also eager to point out that, unsurprisingly, the destruction of the Lamborghini Huracan is in no way “affiliated, associated, or endorsed” by the Italian car maker, VW or Audi.