Lambo flagship supercar spotted filming a commercial in the U.S. desert by WCF member.

Here are a few shots of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 filming a commercial on a remote desert road in California.

The pics, which had to be taken from distance, show the Aventador streaking up and down a closed off section of Fort Irwin Road on a part of the highway called the Ten Mile Stretch.

According to our source, WCF member Velocity2, a trainer with the United States Army, traffic was halted for around 30 minutes as the crew got their shots of the Lambo in a pristine landscape.

The same stretch of road was to be closed the next day too, but, unfortunately, Velocity2 couldn't get back to the site to try for some better spy shots.

Here's the text of the email sent out to commuters to the Fort Irwin base:

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED
Caveats: FOUO

FORT IRWIN ROAD CLOSURES: From 0730-1130 tomorrow a three-mile stretch of Fort Irwin Road will be closed intermittently. The three-mile stretch begins on the Fort Irwin side of Jackhammer Pass and ends three miles down Fort Irwin between Mile Marker 17 and Mile Marker 20. The closure is due to the filming of a movie and California Highway Patrol will be handling the periodic closures. The same stretch of Fort Irwin Road will be closed from 0730-1000 on Friday as well. Please adjust your commuting schedule to reflect the route challenges. (Map Attached)

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