Lamborghini goes missing in Nashville, believed to be stolen

Posted at 12:40 PM, Nov 09, 2018

A green Lamborghini Gallardo was reportedly stolen from Music City Dream Cars on Thursday after the person who rented the car tampered with the GPS tracker in the car and started driving it around Middle Tennessee. 

The Verde Picus (light green) Lamborghini had reportedly been seen in La Vergne, Murfreesboro, Madison, and other parts of Tennessee. It's a 2008 model. 

Music City Dreams Cars is offering a $3,000 reward for anyone that can help find the Lamborghini and help bring it back to the rental car company. 

If you see the car or know where it is, you're asked to text Music City Dream Cars at 615-708-3922. 

Music City Dream Cars is a rental car company based in Nashville that allows people to rent luxury, sport, and exotic cars. 

The going rate for the Lamborghini is $995 per-day, according to the company's website. 

The car's MSRP is $245,000. 

The car has not officially been reported stolen by police as rental cars have different protocol when it comes to stolen vehicle. According to those with knowledge of the situation, the company must first send a 10 day demand letter that must be sent first before it can officially be reported stolen.