Fortunately, injuries were minor but the damage was pretty severe. From the Mission Viejo Dispatch:
Did you read about the crash Monday in Japan of thirteen sports cars, including a Lamborghini, eight Ferrari’s, and two Mercedes?There's one mechanic that will be fixing VW's in the future.
On that same evening in Mission Viejo a Lamborghini Murciellago collided with three other vehicles, including a BMW, on Alicia near Marguerite in Mission Viejo. A mechanic was test driving the Lamborghini about 7 p.m. when the pileup resulted. The sports car and a Honda erupted in flames.
The 12-cylinder Lamborghini Murciellago has been ranked the world’s number one exotic sports car. There was an average of 450 assembled annually in Italy over the last nine years, each selling for over $200,000. It might be a long time before another MV crash causes this sum of vehicle damage.
None of the drivers in the MV crash were hurt, but the extensive debris caused a lane closure on Alica for three hours. The City reports witnesses saying the Lamborghini was traveling at a high rate of speed, but Police are still investigating the cause.