A SAMPLE who covered her £270k Lamborghini Aventador with two million Swarovski crystals saw the luxury vehicle destroyed in a collision.
Russian influencer Daria Radianova’s black supercar suffered rear-end damage in London.
The Instagram model is understood not to be in the car at the time of the collision, but will no doubt be saddened that her expensive car was damaged.
It looks like the engine was hit from behind while standing still and in a parking lot in the capital yesterday.
Since then, she has posted several cryptic messages on her Instagram referring to the incident.
Daria posted an hourglass gif with the words “I hope karma slaps you in the face before I do” to her Instagram story.
She then requested information about a blue Vauxhall Astra, offering a cash reward for any information.
She returned to the vehicle in 2019 after introducing the sparkling supercar at a rally in Kensington.
Daria adorns the engine – which has a top speed of 217mph – with over two million Swarovski crystals embedded in the body, roof and even the front grille.
The 26-year-old also purchased a personal license plate for the vehicle – DAR 11A – to ensure other motorists know who is behind the wheel.
She bragged about the bike to her 626,000 followers just last week, posting a photo of the glittering motorcycle with the caption “what’s sexier, front or rear?”
It took more than 700 hours to install the crystals by hand, with the motor also receiving a full recovery from its original red color to a glossy black.
Posting on Instagram, Radionova said: “I have no words to describe how shiny it is… it’s a total shutdown.”
This is not the first time the Instagram model has modified her cars with jewelry.
The car carries her trademark “BA11 BYY” license plate, which was previously featured in her velvet-trimmed Bentley Continental GT.
Back in 2014, the model made headlines when she listed her Mercedes CLS 350, also covered in crystals, on eBay.
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