NEW YORK (KNX) — It’s the steal of the century. For $35, you could own a brand new Lamborghini.
But you won’t know if it’s a full-sized automobile or a toy replica until it arrives at your front door.
MSCHF, a Brooklyn-based art collective, said one of the 2,755 people who enter its “Everyone Gets a Car” promotion will get to keep a $300,000 Lamborghini Aventador Coupe. Another four winners will claim pre-owned Lamborghini Gallardos, which retail for around $100,000 apiece.
A select 250 winners will receive a battery-powered toy Lambos. Another 2,500 will get a smaller, remote-controlled model of the luxury car.
The promotion launched Monday at 11 a.m. EST. It ends on Jan. 10, or while supplies last.
“Orders will be shipped as soon as we can manage, but please keep in mind that deliveries in some areas may be delayed due to covid restrictions,” the company warned on its website.
Your odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries you submit, MSCHF said in its promotion rules.
Is it worth the nominal risk?