Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
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The province of Punjab has just received its most expensive registered vehicle yet – a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder!

The Punjab excise and taxation department on Monday registered the most expensive car in the province’s history, priced at Rs115 million.

The car is reportedly a sports variant of the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder. Moreover, the registration fee for this beauty cost the owner a whopping Rs4.532 million, which had been denied earlier.

The reason is that the department’s system could only register cars priced below Rs100 million. However, the plan was then upgraded for such expensive vehicles so that they could be officially registered.

The Huracan Spyder belongs to a certain Syed Arjumand Bukhari s/o Ramzan Ali Shah belonging from Phase 8, DHA Cantt, Lahore. Before the Spyder, the most expensive registration was crowned to the Mercedes GT Series (PKR 3.5M).

In 2018, Kunwar Moeez Khan’s 18k gold foil Lamborghini Aventador S arrived in Islamabad and made headlines.

The property tycoon shared that “More than a hundred million rupees had been paid to the government as duty/taxes on this car. It has been imported… from the UK.”

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Lamborghini Huracan Spyder 

According to PakWheels:

“The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder comes with a 5.2L engine, and it is famous for its unique bold and sporty exterior. The car has specially designed wings at the front so that that car can reach its maximum speed easily.

“This is the reason this car has an aerodynamic smaller front and a bit wider back. Furthermore, it has parking sensors and air intake vents at the front,

“The car comes in three driving modes, i.e., Strada for a standard drive, Sport, and Corsa (for track race).

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“One of the exciting features of this car is height control. You can increase it by pushing a button on the console. This feature can drive this vehicle on Pakistani roads without hitting its underbody with speed breakers and potholes. However, after the speed of 60km/hour, the car will come back to the original height to increase the car’s stability and traction.

“Furthermore, the company claims that this beaut can go from 0 to 100mph in just 3.2 seconds!”

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