December 21, 2007


Lamborghini and Ferrari team up to deliver brand-new SC380 this coming Monday night

Modena and Sant’Agata, Italy – Lamborghini and Ferrari have announced a partnership, under which they have produced a limited-edition new model, the SC380. The new vehicle will be delivered and taken for its first trip on the evening of Monday, December 24th.

The new owner, Mr. K. Kringle of the North Pole, has reported that he chose the new SC380 due to its excellent fuel economy and low emissions, and that it will replace eight powerplants which he has previously used.

The new SC380 is capable of zero to 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds, and has a special rear- and side-view camera that enables it to be easily parked, even on spaces with a very steep pitch. The SC380’s revolutionary 16-cylinder engine uses no gasoline, but runs on a blend of milk and cookies, which Kringle said he expects will be “very easy to find” on the trip.

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