The young man behind the Vehicle Virgins YouTube channel is clearly doing well for himself. His daily driver is a Lamborghini Huracán, and he's already put 5,000 miles on the Italian exotic. What does it cost to maintain such a car? Well, he's here to break it down for all of us poor folks.

The video above goes through all maintenance, insurance, fuel, and any repair costs. It's actually a pretty insightful look into the ownership costs associated with such a vehicle. The presenter is open and honest with all of the cash he's laying out to be able to drive this delightful machine.

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It's not quite as expensive as some might think. A yearly service cost for a Huracán is about $1,000 based on required oil changes. That's certainly more than you'd pay for your Ford Focus, but it isn't quite as outlandish as it could be.

Lambo drivers also need to consider the cost for tires and brakes, because they'll probably be driving hard from time to time. A new set of factory-provided Pirellis costs $1,200 including mounting and balancing. Again, that's expensive, but not unreasonable.

The insurance costs for this specific owner and his car add up to $3,400 per year. That's not cheap for just one car, but you have to remember that we're dealing with a company looking at a young driver and a very expensive car.

Check out the video for more information. It's an eye-opening look at what it costs to own and drive a Lamborghini Huracán.


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