Nothing could hold this five-year-old boy what they wanted. No, it's not a pack of baseball cards, an action figure, or even a video game. He definitely wanted something faster – Lamborghini.
On Monday, an unnamed Utah boy drove his family SUV just north of Salt Lake City because he was five years old. He was going to California… to get yourself a Lamborghini.
According to a series of tweets from the Utah Road Patrol, an officer grew up early after seeing him slowly wander along the highway at noon. Confident that he was taking over a damaged driver, Trooper Rich Morgan found the five-year-old boy sitting in the front seat.
“You are 5 years old. Wow!" officer can be said in the traffic stance video. "Okay, where did you learn to drive?"
According to the state police, the reason why the (very) young driver, who was close to tears during the stop, got behind the wheel of the SUV was due to a disagreement with his mother. The two were reported to have started arguing after his mother refused to take a Lamborghini. Unable to accept this disappointment, the boy waited until his family was at work, jumped into one of the family's vehicles and went to California.
Unfortunately for the child – but fortunately for his parents – he managed to make only four miles before retiring. Of course he had to face another problem if he could safely reach California. He had only 3 dollars in his pocket. While it is unclear which Lambo it puts the child's heart on, this is about $ 212,263 less than it needs for the real-wheel drive 2020 Huracán EVO, the brand's most expensive model.
Surprisingly, in addition to avoiding any damage during the five-minute joy journey, the child also managed to avoid damaging any property. And they are not all lost. He may have come for the foundation of his youthful life, but the next day the child will take a stroll in the black Lamborghini Huracán, KSL according to local news station. It seems like a generous consolation prize one day until he got his Lambo presentation. And for the record, we do not bet against it.