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2013-08-12 10:58

I’D LIKE MINE WELL-DONE PLEASE: The guys at SCDTV shows us one of the many poor uses for a Lamborghini Aventador. It will probably be the most expensive sausage you’ll ever cook.Image: YouTube


Drifting off-road track, using a disabled parking bay... there are many things you shouldn't do behind the wheel of a Lamborghini. Using your exhaust to cook sausages is one of them. Watch the video!

Earlier in 2013, we published a video showing a Lamborghini Gallardo hurtling through a makeshift WRC dirt stage.

The video showed a Gallardo being expertly whipped along a forest track that wouldn't be out of place in a WRC stage. Despite the expert handling employed by the driver, using an Italian supercar off-road is an extremely bad idea.

That is until a video uploaded to YouTube show even more Lambo lunacy by providing an answer to a question nobody asked: “Can you cook sausages with a Lamborghini?”

Watch the video!

A video uploaded by Supercardriver TV, shows a Lamborghini Aventador’s exhaust being used to roast a sausage.

Acoording to SCDTV: “(We show) one of the many uses for a Lamborghini Aventador. The exhaust is standard but the car has had the ECU upgrade.”


In the video you can watch as a driver holds a sausage within the exhaust flames of the Aventador.

YouTube users had the following to say:
Francisco Penedo said: “The most expensive way to cook a sausage - a lot of petrol used and the cost of an Aventador. Oh, don't forget the sausage and the stick”

Larry Eliemenye said: “Yeah, great idea, eat carbon sausage.”

Nathanael Corrales said: “Who needs an oven! I can just buy an Aventador. Thanks for the great advice!”

User K said: “That should be called '30 liters of fuel sausage'"

Watch the video!

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