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Watch - A Lamborghini Murcielago Towing a Pair of Goats

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Alex Nishimoto
Jul 28, 2016

Tow vehicles come in all shapes and sizes, but usually not exotic sports car shapes. That fact didn't stop one Lamborghini Murcielago owner in Australia from hooking up a trailer full of goats to his raging bull.

The video shows the Lambo casually driving through town hitched to a small trailer. As if that by itself wasn't unusual enough, the camera zooms in on the trailer to reveal at least two live goats riding along. The camera car eventually gets alongside the Murcielago for a glimpse at the passenger, an elderly woman, who gives a look of contempt at being filmed doing something totally normal and not weird at all.

Lamborghini Murcielago towing goats front view Photo 2/2   |   Lamborghini Murcielago towing goats front view

Lamborghini's former halo car isn't unsuited for goat-hauling duty. Early models like this one made 572 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque from a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V-12, which is plenty for towing a small trailer. The coupe is also all-wheel-drive, though it probably can't make use of the handling benefits that come with it without giving the goats a wildand potentially lethalride.

It's unknown if this is the goat transporter's only vehicle or if he's making a fashion statement. Maybe towing livestock with your supercar is in down under?

Check out the video below to see a Murcielago haul some goats.

By Alex Nishimoto
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