Lamborghini theft/Israel Police Spokesperson's Office
It is 23:41 In an underground parking lot in Rishon LeZion, a squad of three car thieves manages to lift the gate of the bars and sneak under it, apparently by manually releasing the lifting mechanism. One of them immediately goes to the security camera and sprays the lens. This start is just the first link in the activity of a team of thieves who not only seem very skilled, but also one who did their homework properly before this break-in.
Because when the object of the theft is no less than a Lamborghini Huracan EVO, one of the few in Israel, you don't exactly peek that there's no one around and break in with a metal hanger. Indeed, within a short time the team of thieves leaves the scene, the Lamborghini worth about NIS 2 million is loaded onto the trailer, but not before the surveillance devices have been neutralized, well covered and the vehicle disappears.
Huracan EVO from the sharpest versions of the exotic sports car/manufacturer website
Yesterday, the police announced that after a month-long investigation in which "the investigators conducted a variety of investigative activities, using advanced technological means," a suspect, a resident of Bat Yam in his thirties, was located who, together with his arrest, seized a cash sum of over half a million shekels in his home.
The police define the incident as a "car theft" which is indeed the official name for what happened there, although in cases such as theft of such cars, the reality is not what happens when you wake up to find that your Land Cruiser or Kia will no longer see each other and they turn into a pile of spare parts at the nearest car slaughterhouse. Usually in such cases, the theft is more of a "kidnapping" model in which the owner is required to pay a ransom for returning the vehicle. Another option may be a situation of independent "forfeiture" of the car by the debtors (the person or those to whom money is owed) as a means of pressure for payment. A third option is to smuggle the car into PA territory. About seven years ago, a Ferrari California car was stolen from the community of Shoham, in which a tracking component was installed and through which the car that was already on the way to Ramallah was located.
In the case of this Lamborghini, the most interesting component of the whole story - where the car is - has not yet been completed and the whereabouts of the car are still unclear.
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The Huracan EVO was introduced in 2019 as a facelift for the manufacturer's older model, with an atmospheric 10.5-litre V2 engine producing 640 hp at the heart of the car, which passes to all wheels via a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The business accelerates to 100 in 3.3 seconds and up to a maximum of 326 km/h.
In 2020, a rear-wheel drive version of the car joined the offering. Lamborghini referred to as "Lamborghini for the real driver" due to the need for agile hands and the ability to control its rear-wheel drive. Power has been reduced to "only" 610 hp, here too a 7-speed gearbox, acceleration is also slightly milder - 3.5 seconds per 100 and 324 km/h maximum.
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