Granted, cooking sausages is not in Lamborghini Aventador’s job description. But when you have those massive flames coming out of its exhaust, you might as well put them to good use. It is pricey as a means to cook meat, and it doesn’t even have a grill. But on the upside, you get to hear that amazing V12 soundtrack while you are waiting for your dinner to get ready.
The recipe is really simple: a sausage; a long stick; a Lamborghini Aventador; and a full tank of fuel. Here’s how you do it:
Only Lamborghini is mad enough to engineer making flames into their engine. It was probably easy to do, as that V12 engine is a proper beast. Fire is only a byproduct of the engine’s work. Its main export is 700 rampaging Italian stallions that take the Aventador, via a single-clutch transmission and four-wheel-drive, from 0 to 100 km/h in under 3 seconds and on to a top speed of 350 km/h.