A Crown Perth valet driver has damaged two Lamborghini Aventadors which belongs to billionaire Laurence Escalante after they collided in the driveway of the Perth resort. The two expensive supercars crashed when the valet driver made the efforts to park Lamborghini Aventador Ultimate. Laurence Escalante owner of the supercar is a gaming and technology entrepreneur with a background in the financial services sector and a huge car enthusiast.
This crash happens shortly after 9pm on Wednesday in the Crown Towers driveway, a spokesperson for Crown said there were “no injuries sustained” following the incident as they continue to conduct a full assessment of how the incident unfolded. The Lamborghini Aventador Ultimate have a price tag of over $600,000 USD. The supercar is now damage and will cost a huge amount to fix.
The crashed Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimate is a limited edition supercar with 350 coupés and 250 roadsters, pays homage to the iconic 6.5-liters natural aspiration V12 engine which generates over 770 horsepower and 720 NM of torque which is really insane. It is a concentrate of the purest essence of all the Aventador versions in a perfect finale. It hurts really hard when you see a rare and expensive supercar crash.
Although, In a video posted to the Instagram by Jiu-Jitsu athlete Craig Jones. who is visiting Perth as Alexander Volkanovski’s Jiu-Jitsu coach, the footage shows a witness questioning the driver’s actions. “He moved it right in his rear … you can’t park there, bro,” a guy said who was present there at the time of crash. “You revved it up and f….d it.” The Valet driver said that he was parking the supercar in a safe way but don’t to how this happen and i crashed over half a million dollar supercar.