An Indian engineer was looking for a job and got a prize of crores of Lamborghini cars, see what he did

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Buying a Lamborghini car is a dream for many people, but not everyone can make this dream come true. However, sometimes luck brings a time that you do not expect even in a dream. Sound engineer Shibu Paul, hailing from Kerala, recently won the Lamborghini Urus (Lamborghini Urus) in a lucky draw.


Shibu Paul settled in Britain a year ago after marrying Linnet Joseph. Lynnette works as a nurse at Nottingham City Hospital. Due to the epidemic spread by infection, Paul's job was abandoned and he became unemployed. He had emailed for jobs in several companies. On 7 July 2020, when he was craving to see the reply to the email sent for the job, there was a knock at his door.


Paul goes to the door to see who has arrived but when he finds out that a brand new Lamborghini Urus car is awaiting him below courtesy of BOTB (Best of the Best), BOTB (Best of the Best) Could not believe it, First of all, he felt that he was being mocked. The BOTB team then asked him to open the boot of the car. When Paul opened the door of the car, inside the car there was a cash prize of £ 20,000 (about Rs 19 lakh) and a bottle of champagne.


Sitting in Lamborghini Urus, Paul thought of himself as no less than a king. After this, he embraced himself. His wife was awake overnight because of working in the night shift and was sleeping until the car arrived at her door. In an interview with a UK news outlet, Nottinghamshire Live, Shibu said, "I never expected it. Last year we were in Cambridge and then moved here. The epidemic has made it difficult to find jobs."

The couple said that they had not yet made any plans as to what they would do with the amount of the car or prize. However, he believes that these funds will help him secure his future a little. Lynette said, "We just came here from Cambridge. He's still looking for a job and for the last two months he was really sad that I was going to work and he couldn't help me."

In England, the Lamborghini Urus car costs 164,000 pounds, which is equivalent to about Rs 1.56 crore. However, because of the tax on luxury cars in India, the price of a Lamborghini Urus ex-showroom across India is around Rs 3.1 crore. The car gets a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine. This engine generates 650 PS of power and 850 Nm of peak torque. The car gets an 8-speed automatic transmission.