Reports out of Dubai mean this could very well be the first Lamborghini Aventador SV on fire on the planet. It happened on a stretch of the Dubai Marina and apparently started in the engine before gobbling up the rest of the supercar.
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Jalopnik received the tip from ArabGT’s Osama Farkh, who wrote that this Aventador SV is supposed to be the version that can handle the extremely high temperatures of the UAE, but that authorities have already apparently determined that the fault is with the manufacturer.
The manufacturing run of the Aventador SV was limited to 600 copies, and carries a V12 6.5 liter V12 putting out 740 hp and 690 Nm of torque.
Images via ArabGT. Video via CarBuzz/YouTube.