Seremban, Malaysia — Three Singapore-owned Lamborghinis crashed and burned in an accident in Malaysia Friday morning, but all drivers and passengers managed to escape unhurt, according to reports.
The Singaporean nationals were in a convoy of five vehicles heading to Kuala Lumpur, according to Malaysia’s Berita Harian.
The accident occurred at about 9:57am at Kilometre 259 along the North-South Expressway near Seremban, Malaysia.
Eyewitnesses said the third car appeared to lose control and slammed into the road divider in the middle of the highway, causing two cars behind it to crash into the first vehicle. The crash caused all three Lamborghinis to catch fire.
Two fire engines and 14 personnel were dispatched to the scene within just seven minutes after receiving the call, Negri Sembilan Fire and Rescue department chief Norazam Khamis told The Straits Times.
According to Norazam, the drivers managed to escape the cars unhurt.
Yahoo News Singapore reported that the vehicles that went up in flames were three Lamborghini supercars – one RM4.8 million Aventador and two RM1.2 million Gallardo. Based on those figures, the Aventador would be priced at S$1.86 million (US$1.48 million), and the Gallardo at S$466,000 (US$372,000).