Urban Exploration Photographer Reveals Abandoned Ferrari & MG Sports Car. Bonus: Lamborghini Diablo Goat Edition – Design You Trust

Urban Exploration Photographer Reveals Abandoned Ferrari & MG Sports Car. Bonus: Lamborghini Diablo Goat Edition

Image: LeiV Photo; the abandoned Ferrari

Belgium-based urban exploration photographer LeiV Photo captured these interesting – perhaps even tear-jerking – scenes of classic cars slowly rusting away into oblivion in a barn or garage at an undisclosed location. Among them are an abandoned Ferrari and an old MG.

h/t: urbanghostsmedia

Image: LeiV Photo; the abandoned Ferrari

The Ferrari appears to be little more than an empty stripped-out shell, doubtless offering little beyond a logbook should a restoration (or rebuild) effort ever be mounted. Its distinctive form, and iconic prancing horse emblem, serve as decayed reminders that this was once someone’s pride and joy. Moreover, the photographs suggest that it may have been the victim of a fire.

Image: LeiV Photo; the abandoned MG

The MG, on the other hand, appears to be more intact, though no less rusted through following years of idleness. The engine is fitted and the classic MG badge still graces its elegant front. Photographed in HDR, the textures of rust and decay add extra layers to the subjects which almost offset their sad condition.

Bonus: Abandoned Lamborghini Diablo surrounded by goats

Image: Nylon; abandoned Lamborghini Diablo surrounded by goats

It’s made the rounds of the automotive and motorsport publications and websites. But like other abandoned supercars that have turned up online and spread like wildfire across the blogosphere, the circumstances behind its apparent dumping are hazy. Aside from our understanding that the photograph was taken in October 2011, we know very little about what appears to be an abandoned Lamborghini Diablo, parked in a field and surrounded by grazing goats.

Flickr user Nylon – who photographed the abandoned Lamborghini and added the tagline “Lamborghini Diablo Goat Edition” – hasn’t disclosed the unfortunate vehicle’s location, but comments on the page have questioned whether the abandoned supercar could actually be a replica.

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

3D-Printed Paintings Let The Blind “See” Famous Art For The First Time
Photographer Took Aerial Photos of Ships
How Does The City Look With Self Driving Cars? The Smiling Car Shows You The Answer
Unseen Titanic: First Ever Complete Views of the Wreck
Stunning Photos of Elvis Presley’s 1960 Luxury Gold Cadillac
Photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy Makes Intriguing Lonely Facades Photo Collages
Solar-powered Sustainer Homes Give You The Freedom To Live Anywhere
New York Architects Plan Enormous Skyscraper Hanging From An Asteroid In Space
Urban Photographer Roman Robroek Spent 5 Years Scouring The Continent For The Grandest Examples Of Forgotten Architectural Beauty
Photographer Find Flags Hiding In The Streets Of Hong Kong
Beautiful Winning Photos From The Bird Photographer Of The Year 2018
Daredevil Photographer Anna Arinova Captured The Awe-Inspiring Underground Labyrinths Across The Europe
The Spectacular Winning Photos From Underwater Photographer Of The Year 2019
People On This Group Are Sharing Examples Of ‘Urban Hell’ That Look Like A Dystopian Movie But Are Sadly Real
Winning Photos Of The 2017 UK Royal Society Of Biology Photographer Of The Year
Beautiful Abandoned NYC In Photographs By Will Ellis
Eye-popping China Int'l Optics Fair
Photographer Captures Abandoned Second World War Fortifications Slowly Being Reclaimed By Nature
The Isolator: This Insane Anti-Distraction Helmet From 1925 Would Fit Into Any Modern Open Office
“Fashion Lust” by Photographer Dina Litovsky
Tiger-Stone: A Fast and Tidy Drafting Brick Road Machine
“After the Apocalypse” by Photographer Lori Nix
The Japanese Supercar That Almost Was - The Dome Zero
Ukrainian Photographer Creates Powerful Photo To Overcome Anxiety, And Here’s How She Did It