£170k Lamborghini seized after driver uses friend’s car without insurance

The Lamborghini Huracan was confiscated by the police. (GMP Auto/Twitter)

A £170,000 Lamborghini was seized by police after its driver was found to be behind the wheel without insurance.

The Lamborghini Huracan was spotted by Greater Manchester Police on the M60 near Swinton on Sunday.

Police stopped the vehicle because it had a license plate number that was not on the computer of the Police Station (PNC).

They pushed the driver onto the hard shoulder of the busy highway.

When the car was stopped, they discovered that the driver was behind the wheel of his friend’s Lamborghini without insurance.

Greater Manchester Police said the car was impounded and the driver reported for offences.

It said the vehicle was impounded under Section 165 of the Motor Vehicles Act.

Read more: A man has been charged with vandalism after the house was damaged by a ‘gas stove’

The driver of the Lamborghini had no insurance, police said.  (GMP Auto/Twitter)

The driver of the Lamborghini had no insurance, police said. (GMP Auto/Twitter)

Of the Forced pictures tweeted the blue Lamborghini Huracan, which can be sold for around £300,000.

The Greater Manchester Police Traffic account posted on Twitter on Sunday: “This Lamborghini Huracan was seen on the M60 near Swinton today with a number plate that was not on the PNC .

“The car was stopped and the driver was found to be using his friend’s car without insurance.

“Car stopped and the driver reported for some crimes”.

Leave a Comment