B.C. sells Lamborghini forfeited in street racing case A high-performance Lamborghini seized last year after an alleged street racing incident involving a number of expensive vehicles has been sold, but the fate of three other seized vehicles still are in dispute with the owners.
Phil Tawtel, acting executive director of B.C.’s Civil Forfeiture Office, said Tuesday that the Lamborghini was sold by mutual consent with the owner.
Last August, police impounded 13 flashy cars — a Ferrari, three Lamborghinis, three Nissans, two Maseratis, two Mercedes, an Audi and an Aston Martin — after they were observed driving at speeds upwards of 200 km/h going south from Richmond on Highway 99. (Photo: Les Bazso/Postmedia News files)