Lamborghini burnt to a crisp in fire outside luxury Dubai hotel

Watch the video of the yellow supercar reduced to ashes

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The owner of a yellow Lamborghini watched as the £250,000 supercar went up in flames and was reduced to ashes outside a luxury hotel in Dubai.

A video filmed by a Russian tourist shows smoke pouring out of the Lamborghini Aventador outside the Al Qasr Hotel, the Daily Mirror reports.

According to the Daily Mail, the owner is seen using a fire extinguisher to try to put out the fire and firefighters help him, but the car is later seen burnt to a crisp.

The Aventador can reach 60mph in just three seconds.

In April, a Lamborghini and a Ferrari were involved in a car crash in a Beijing tunnel.

Dramatic footage of the aftermath showed the expensive supercars completely destroyed in the smash.

Both drivers were said to be unemployed and in their twenties. They were arrested after allegedly drag racing each other through the tunnel.

And in November last year, a hilarious video emerged of a Lamborghini driver setting his car on fire in London's Sloane Street.

As the owner attempted to impress a crowd with this new toy, the supercar caught fire and he was forced to put it out using his jacket. When this didn't work, he sped off in the car with the back of the car still on fire.

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