Hurricane Matthew caused havoc and chaos all over the East Coast of the United States. Many people lost their homes and some of the major cities are in need of repair. But, we are all about cars here, so we were wondering what happened with all the nice cars on the East Coast. Were they damaged or preserved? Luckily, if we are to judge by the video provided by the Nue Vue YouTube channel, supercars were preserved and sheltered from the insane power of the category 5 hurricane.
Interestingly, the Lamborghini Palm Beach – official Lamborghini dealer, had all the super expensive cars hidden in a showroom and their shop. The construction is powerful enough to shelter all the cars in case of grave situations. What is impressive is the way drivers parked cars inside. They parked cars with only centimeters to spare. Considering that the Palm Beach Lamborghini has 38 Lamborghinies at their disposal, this was a time consuming, rather tiresome, but strangely satisfying job. Actually, the video embedded here details the unpacking process after the hurricane Matthew passed. The cars “trapped” inside the showroom include some special edition Huracans, Gallardos and Aventadors. But we are most curious about the two Lamborghini Countach cars presented there. They look fantastic.
This certainly was not an easy task. Take into account that all these cars are high-valued commodities but also high-tech speed monsters. They do not actually enjoy the precision of tiresome parking. We can only imagine how difficult was it for the Aventador driver to park the V12 monster. Hell.