How to carve up your lawn like a Lamborghini
Sadly, from what we can tell, none of them come with a V12.
Somewhat surprisingly, the pieces aren't ridiculously priced, either. The IKRA electric chainsaw will set you back around $200 while the electric hedge trimmer comes in at a very manageable $150. Chances are, this is as close as most of us will ever get to owning a piece of Italian exotica. You can head over to the Tonino Lamborghini site for a closer look at the arsenal of landscaping goodies.
[Source: Tonino Lamborghini via The Independent]
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