- A video on social media shows a Lamborghini Huracan being driven at the University of Cape Town's upper campus
- The viral TikTok clip shows the R4.5 million Italian supercar on Rugby Road as students gawk at Green whip
- Many people who watched the clip commented, "Senzeni Na?" which means 'what have we done?" in English
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A Lamborghini Huracan was spotted on the University of Cape Town's upper campus.
The 20-second-long clip shows the car moving about 10 metres before coming to a halt.
According to Lamborghini, the Huracan is powered by a V10 engine with 449kW and has a top speed of 325km/h from zero to 100km/h in 2.9 seconds.
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South Africans responded to seeing the video, and many left comments; here's a list of several opinions:
"Bathong ya'll go to uct, it's a regular occurrence apho. I saw a Royce once while trying to catch a Jammie."
"The pressure is getting worse."
Owner Wants to Show Trenches People: Video of Costly Lamborghini Being Driven in Local Area Causes Stir
YEN.com.gh reported that Lamborghini is one of the most expensive cars in the world, hence only a good number of wealthy folks can boast of having it in their garages.
According to Lamborghini Paramus, the price of a Lamborghini can start anywhere from $200,000 (N82.8 million) to $500,000 (N207 million) depending on the model; little wonder a video of the whip being driven in a local area got social media buzzing.
A short video shared on Instagram by @gossipmilltv captured the black whip plying an untarred, dusty, and muddy road. While the identity of its driver is still unknown, the personality in the car sure knew what he was in for and moved on the road with caution, in an obvious bid not to get it damaged.
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