Here's What A Beverly Hills Lamborghini Party Looks Like

(Image Credits: Andrew Collins)
(Image Credits: Andrew Collins)

The $421,350 Lamborghini Aventador S made its debut in the U.S. last night at a low-key luxurious affair in Los Angeles. Here are all the pictures I could grab before security dragged me to the exit for falling way short of the sexiness quota.

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Just kidding, Lamborghini’s representatives were actually really nice to me. Nobody even turned a nose up when I rolled in wearing avocado-stained flannel smelling like diesel and yellow labrador. That’s a post for another time, but I sure did wish I’d brought a costume change after our off-road video shoot... the dress code at this thing was Hunger Games villains casual, which is par for the course at tire-shop-turned-party venue Pirelli P ZERO World.

The place supposedly sets up supercars with wheels, but every time I show up it looks like one of Bruce Wayne’s fundraisers. I mean, if the parking lot were also inside.

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The Aventador S of course is a 740 horsepower V12 monster with an aptly-named Ego Mode allowing drivers to pre-set custom traction, steering and suspension settings. My favorite Lamborghini is still the Murciélago though, with its broad chunky shoulders and razor-sharp edges. So for me the show started in the valet line, because of course, a couple showed up.

Here’s a tiny taste of the Hollywood supercar life:

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flyingfrenchy
Flavien Vidal

I don’t know how people feel about those in general, but I’ve never had boners for Lambos, Ferraris and similar super/hypercars. I’m not sure why... They are fantastic machines, absolutely incredible technically and aesthetically but nope, I barely care when I see one (talking about modern ones obviously, put me near a 288GTO and I’m like a 5 year old).

Maybe because I know I’ll most likely never be able to afford one? Maybe because if I could actually afford one, I would not go for something like that? But I love driving... and even the mere offer of getting behind the wheel of one doesn’t really excite me nearly as much as it should. I really, genuinely don’t understand it and why I’m like this toward those cars when I objectively clearly shouldn’t.