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Lamborghini and Lady Gaga have teamed up for charitable work that supports those who have been affected by the global pandemic by raising funds and awareness for different organizations.

Those participating in the sweepstake that runs from November 5 to December 16 on the Omaze platform will have the chance to win the Huracan EVO RWD that was used in the latest music video of the American singer, songwriter and actress.

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Funds will benefit Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation that promotes the wellness of young people and the Together Rising organization, which connects patrons with the organizations addressing those in need across the United States.

Unveiled at the beginning of the year, the Huracan EVO RWD is the spiritual successor of the Gallardo LP 550-2. The rear-wheel drive Italian supercar packs the naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine powering the entire Huracan range, which has been de-tuned to 602 HP (610 PS / 449 kW) and 413 lb-ft (560 Nm) of torque and works in conjunction with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission with launch control.

Unlike its all-wheel drive sibling, which has 631 HP (640 PS / 471 kW) and 443 lb-ft (600 Nm) and does the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in just 2.9 seconds, the Huracan EVO RWD needs 3.3 seconds. Both variants of the supercar run out of breath at 202 mph (325 km/h).

The Huracan EVO RWD has a starting price of $208,571 in the United States and £137,000 (equal to $182,876) in the UK.

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For a multi-million dollar limited-production hypercar, the Bugatti Chiron has sure been struck by quite a few recalls recently, including one due to the faulty stability control system that also affects the Chiron Sport and Divo.

The Chiron Sport hasn’t been included in the latest safety recall conducted in cooperation with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), but the ‘regular’ Chiron and the Divo have, as both models were made with potentially faulty driveshafts.

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The recall affects only 4 cars, with a 4 percent estimated defect rate). The Chiron was made on July 24 and the Divos between August 21 and October 23, 2020. The problem is blamed on the supplier, Germany’s CP Tech GmbH, as “the material strength of the rear-left drive shaft is found to not be within the acceptable specification tolerance”.

Under “certain hard-driving conditions”, the driveshaft could fail without any prior warning, and if it breaks, then some parts could detach from the car, which would pose a road hazard to vehicles and/or pedestrians. If the component fails, then the gearbox and engine lights will flicker in the instrument cluster, and the Bugatti will enter the so-called ‘Limp Mode’.

Bugatti will replace all defective driveshafts with new ones and will cover the repair and logistics costs. The planned dealer and owner notification for this recall was November 30, and those who have not heard from Bugatti can contact them at 1-703-826-7545 using the recall number BUGCR032.

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Police in New York have revealed that a 12-year-old boy embarked on an ambitious 100-mile joyride in his parents’ Range Rover Evoque with his 7-year-old cousin in the passenger seat.

Authorities report that the 12-year-old drove the Range Rover from his home on 115th Street in South Ozone Park, Queens, across the Verrazzano Bridge and into New Jersey at around 11 a.m. on December 8.

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Shortly after crossing into New Jersey, state troopers flashed their lights and sirens to try and get the boy to pull over but he sped off. They opted against pursuing the Range Rover for the safety of the children. CBS Local reports that at 2:15 pm that same day, the boy tried using his dad’s credit card to buy cookies at a rest stop near the Delaware border. The 12-year-old and his cousin were taken into custody shortly after.

The duo were brought to the New York Police Department’s 106th precinct on Monday night. They were soon released to their family and taken home without facing any charges. The boy reportedly told the police the joy ride was part of a social media challenge to drive a vehicle until it runs out of gas.

“The kids are OK. They’re OK,” Joe Gangaram, the boy’s uncle told local media. “I thank the precinct for doing a good job. Everybody’s fine.”