Funny Video: Two Grandmas Riding a Lamborghini!

If you had a Lamborghini, would you let your grandma drive it? Well, considering that the car is so powerful that it can go from 0 to 120 mph in a few seconds, I wouldn’t want my grandma driving such a speedy vehicle!

But for the sake of fun, Donut Media (known for producing car-related videos) gave two grandmas the keys to a Lamborghini – and they can do whatever they want with it for a day. What do you think happened next?

Well, for one, the grandmas are quite curious about their powerful new ride. As they turned on the engine, they were quite surprised with the car’s power and exclaimed that the car was ‘smarter’ than them.

Then, the two excitedly cruised along the busy streets of Los Angeles, California – with the passenger grandma waving her hands at the onlookers who truly looked quite surprised to see two grannies riding a Lamborghini. “Maybe they’ll put us in the Rose Parade,” she joked.

Afterwards, the two went to a grocery store where they bought some goods but hilarity ensues when they get back to the Lamborghini only to discover that they could not find the trunk and have nowhere to place their groceries! The two tried their best to peek inside the car, looking for the trunk yet they could not find one.

An elderly gentleman soon arrived at the scene, not to rescue these damsels in distress but to admire the car! He was even hoping there was enough space inside the car so he could ride with the ladies but, sadly, there’s none – because the ladies could not even find space for their groceries! LOL

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Lamborghini is a brand of luxury sports cars founded in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy back in October 1963 as Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini S.p.A., the competitor company of an already established brand, the Ferrari.

Still, the two are not direct rivals in everything because although they both manufacture luxury sports vehicles, Ferruccio Lamborghini (the founder) believed that motorsport racing is far too expensive and too draining for the company; thus, he chose not to build racing cars for the brand, unlike rival Enzo Ferrari.