Bugatti Veyron Scratches Lamborghini Aventador’s Wheel While Unparking

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It seems that some hypercar owners need to practice parking and unparking their rides. A month after a Bugatti Divo backed up into a Mercedes-Benz CLS, a Veyron came in close contact with a Lamborghini Aventador while unparking.

The incident was caught on camera and @heinrichs_carlife posted the video on Instagram. The driver of the blue Bugatti Veyron is definitely the one at fault here since they can be seen reversing the car in a tight parking spot. Unfortunately, despite the efforts of a bystander who is asking the driver to stop the car, they back right into a parked Aventador – and, more specifically, its rear right alloy wheel.

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As you can see, the rear bumper of the Veyron scratched the black-painted wheel of the Aventador. Both hypercars will need to be repaired and even though the damage is not substantial, it definitely won’t come cheap.

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Thankfully, there weren’t any scratches on the angular bodywork of the Lamborghini whose owner will just need to have that wheel fixed. However, the Veyron will probably require a skilled technician to fix the scratch on the bumper that has to be repainted. Guess those Bugattis don’t offer much rear visibility and/or their drivers need to be more aware of their hypercar’s size when maneuvering.

H/T to The Supercar Blog



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