Nearly 50 supercars from Lamborghini, Audi, and Aston Martin had to be carefully removed from a garage after Hurricane Matthew.
If you’re from Florida (or any other states affected by hurricanes), you know just how much work goes into prepping for a storm such as Hurricane Matthew. It's even more work, undoubtedly, when you’re the owner of a luxury car dealership like Lamborghini Palm Beach.
With an impressive inventory of Lamborghini, Audi, Aston Martin, and other supercar products, the Florida dealership was directly in Matthew’s cone of terror when it hit the eastern seaboard just a few weeks ago. Not wanting to damage any product, owners and managers went to work on storing these six-figure supercars as to avoid any possible debris.
Expecting the worst, both the showroom and lot were emptied, with a total of 49 cars having to be stowed away carefully in a garage on the property. Of those 49 cars, 38 of them were Lamborghini products — from Huracans to Aventadors to Countachs. The other 11 ranged in variety from Audi R8s, to Aston Martins, to Ferrari FFs, and many more.
Of course, storing these uber-expensive vehicles in such a small space left little room for error. Less than a few inches separated these cars while tucked away safely away from the storm. And after it was all said and done, the Lamborghini Palm Beach team was able to go in and carefully remove them from storage to put them back on display.
It's amazing how tightly packed these vehicles are. Watch the video for yourself to see just how much work went into making sure these cars were safe from harm. It certainly wasn't the only example of people doing this in the face of an impending hurricane. Many had the same idea.