Rumor: First Ever Lamborghini Spotted In Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, there’s a Lamborghini. Isn’t it hard to imagine? This time, however, is not the case. Banani was host to a Lamborghini Urus worth BDT 17,135,160 (US$203,990). Bangladesh’s first Lamborghini.

Where Did The Lamborghini Show Up?

The Yellow Lamborghini was seen in Banani, as previously said. Spotted near Lakeshore Banani Restaurant, to be precise. It is a four-star restaurant located in Block D, Road 13/A. It was traveling at a pace of 15-20 mph when it was located, which means it was moving extremely slowly. The yellow beast was driven with extreme caution by whoever was behind the wheel, from turns to brakes. People was also noticed that the beast kept circling the same route again and over. That is, the driver was putting it to the test. There wasn’t a single person who wasn’t staring at it as it drove by. Everyone became absorbed with snapping pictures and sending them to their pals. That’s unfortunate, dude if you haven’t received it. Make some new pals.

About The Lamborghini Urus

The Lamborghini Urus is the world’s first Super Sport Utility Vehicle, combining the spirit of a supercar with the utility of an SUV. Urus accelerates from 0 to 62 mph in 3.6 seconds and achieves a peak speed of 190 mph thanks to a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine generating 650 CV and 850 Nm of torque. This innovative approach to Lamborghini DNA seamlessly blends design, performance, driving dynamics, and driving passion.  This is what you aspire to. Unlock any road, unlock your personality.

Who Brought This Beast Here?

Despite the fact that everything is a rumor, it is said that this beast was delivered by a filthy rich man named Raihan who is connected to the ACI Group. Hats off to this rich businessman for bringing this beast to our shores. Digital Bangladesh is on its way.

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