Much of the news surrounding the Chevrolet Cobalt as of late has been it’s faulty ignition switch and those who have been injured or killed as a result of the flawed part, so we’re happy to bring you a story regarding the now controversial compact car that is a little more lighthearted.
A user on Jalopnik’s Opposite Lock sub-site spotted an accident between a Cobalt and a Lamborghini Aventador in downtown Vancouver, Canada. Apparently, the Lamborghini flew through an intersection where it clipped an innocent Cobalt on its driver’s side front quarter panel. The cobalt has some dents and scratches, but the Italian bull received an impromptu facelift, now sporting a severely cracked front bumper and crunched hood.
Most importantly, no one was hurt in the accident. The Cobalt owner will probably get a new car (maybe even one without a faulty ignition switch), and were willing to bet the driver of the Aventador wasn’t too concerned about his smashed $400,000 piece of exotica. Oh, to be part of the one percent.