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Where in Lebanon can you drive a car like this?I'm not only awake at the ungodly hour of 8 a.m. (it's ungodly for me since I work till way after midnight) but my friend Gaby and I have already driven across town to the Saad & Trad showroom, and I'm trying to pretend there's absolutely nothing out of the ordinary about being handed the keys (a fob for the sticklers) to a brand new Lamborghini Aventador S because, you know, people always entrust each other with 12-cylinder, 730-horsepower cars that cost over half a million dollars.You see, the car has to be back in the evening before it's shipped back to Dubai.All I see is doors and wheels because the Lamborghini's 1.1-meter-high roof barely reaches other cars' beltlines.Remarkably, we make it to Yasou al-Malak with little problem and start the sprint up to Faraya. It's actually an excellent road to try out the car and we should be there in around 40 minutes at most.
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