By Cynthia Maregedze
FLAMBOYANT businessman and socialite Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kandungure was spotted this week showing off his elegant new Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster valued at US$ 600 thousand.
Which has got us thinking does money indeed buy happiness? If it doesn’t, it definitely can buy a Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster which has a riotous 6.5-litre V12 engine. It also has power of 30kW to 544kW at 8400rpm, 150rpm higher than the previous droptop Aventador.
In the clip Ginimbi appears braggingly revving his 2019 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster which draws everybody’s undivided attention.
Car review sites say remark that if your car was feathered, on fire, with a dinosaur riding on the roof and AC/DC blasting through the world’s loudest speakers, it would likely still turn fewer heads than a Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster.
And in the early days of the Aventador – a car launched eight years ago now – that’s why you bought one. It was a sculpture with a whopping great V12 in the back, a car that felt as if built to do nothing but between 200 and 300km/h, one that found tight and twisty corners a bit of a chore.
Broad-shouldered with bulging fenders and a graceful arch of a roof, this confident Italian stands out in a crowd.
It rockets from a standstill to 60 mph (96 km/h) in less than three seconds, and it whips through corners and barrels down straightaways with singular agility.
This Lamborghini costs about as much as a home in the suburbs, but if you have the means, it has the goods to thrill and excite.
With Ginimbi having now spent close to USD$1,5 million on cars this year alone, one can forgive those heads he keeps turning each time he takes his latest ride for a spin on the streets of Harare. Watch the reaction in the video below:
We have documentary evidence that Ginimbi has parted with an eye-popping total of US$605 213 for the latest road monster, including ZIMRA’s duty – meaning no controversy and arrests this time around. – Zimbabwe Voice