2021 Huracan EVO RWD Spyder Verde Themis
I just drive mine, not comfortable parking it anywhere with few exceptions.
That is absolutely true. We were at a car show several months back with our brand new GT2-RS and a young boy started forcefully pulling on the door handle attempting to open the door.....the problem was the door was locked. While this was going on his parents were standing and watching and not saying a word. I quickly had to educate them about proper car show etiquette. To be honest the boy was old enough to know better but, then again, he may not have been the sharpest tool in the shed.Someone tried to pry the emblem off my hood at one point. That car will draw an enormous amount of attention, and you are taking many more risks by leaving it unattended than you would with a common car.
BINGO!Dealerships are not created equal. Some are great, some not as much. A car that needs work will cost you more in the long run than a car in great condition. My own humble opinion is that you should focus on the car, then check here to make sure the deal is good and the seller is good. If you are buying new, I think it will be dealer only, and others will have to speak to cost savings dealer to dealer.
I think you might be missing the point on the camera thing. I am trying to warn you that you will be putting your car in danger if you leave it unattended. A camera will not stop anything, it will just let you watch the abuse and vandalism over and over after the fact.
I saw you last week buzz by Hunakai Park, your car turned all heads. My friends are always shocked when they see another Lambo, most have never seen one in person except mine.I have separate secure covered parking at work so I can daily. Take it out for drives with my car club. Never park it anywhere I can't keep an eye on it or only for very short periods of time i.e. bank, gas station.
OTW the Countryman S is perfect for the beach, golf course, grocery and hardware store etc. Park it outside no worries. Does fine in small parking stalls and I don't worry about anything happening to it.
Vallet is your friend.you guys got your point across about parking in public places and idiots.
This is actually really a ****ty thing to realize. That means there's really not much freedom and peace of mind owning a nice car like this.
Am I going to stop a man with a baseball bat? Yes, I'm a trained fighter and a weapon expert with a lot of close quarter experience.
PS: I have seen those videos on youtube a few months ago. As well as a damn woman climbing up the hood on her high heels to take a photo causing damages.
I was chalking those up as a super rare occasion , but yes... your warnings are heeded.
Don’t get me wrong. It all comes down to your community. I’m fortunate to live in a very wealthy zip code. There’s hardly any low income housing. No high rises, etc. My downtown has high end restaurants, shops and bars. People in my community RESPECT others and their property. I have no issue parking downtown in my city. But I would never go outside my community and park my lambo in public without knowing the community.Vallet is your friend.
This thread is weird, but I will try to answer your question in good faith. If I were purely investing, and cost was not a big deal, I would probably go for the Centenario. The number of cars is much lower, and the special additions seem to hold value well. I never understood the attraction of the Reventon, but it seems to have held value. The SVJ will probably hold value, but when a replacement for the Aventador comes out, the previous model takes a drop in price for a while. If you take a look at the price of the Murci SVJ, it will probably give you a good idea what to expect. You are comparing a $3,500,000 car to a $500,000 to $700,000 car..... roughly speaking.
Since you say you are new to the hobby, I would recommend browsing this site and attending some gathering to get a feel for what owning one is like.