If regular cars are designed to protect the occupants in a car crash, it's only reasonable to assume that supercars--given their performance levels--are designed to exceed the parameters expected of them.
Well, two security cameras in the Mill Basin neighborhood of New York City have apparently caught a Lamborghini Aventador crashing into a tree, which subsequently split the car in half.
As can be seen in the video below, the Aventador was traveling at a very fast pace as it approached an intersection. The second--and unidentified--car also approached the intersection from the opposite direction and at a slower speed yet proceeded to turn into the Aventador’s path without slowing down. The unidentified car clipped the Aventador's left rear, sending the Italian exotic crashing into a tree which separated the rear--where its V12 engine was located--from the passenger compartment.
Surprisingly, the second camera shows what appears to be the Aventador's driver getting out of the car and walking out of view, presumably to go to the second car.
Whose fault is this accident in your opinion?
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