The Lamborghini driver in a fatal crash on the MacArthur Causeway last week is now facing charges of DUI manslaughter and DUI causing serious bodily injury.
Andres Toro previously was arrested on a charge of vehicular homicide.
Police said Toro was driving more than 100 mph when the sports car slammed into a Chevrolet Suburban that was stopped at a red light.
Toro's brother-in-law, Dr. Malcolm Lloyd, who was a passenger in the Lamborghini, died in the crash. He was the founder, chairman and CEO of Old Nassau Imports.
Police said in the arrest affidavit that "there was no evidence of any attempt" by Toro to brake for the red light. The report also said Toro appeared to have bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol.
The driver of the SUV, Raul Alfonzo, was on his way home from work at the time of the crash. He suffered several broken bones and is wearing a neck brace.
Toro remained at Jackson Memorial Hospital. A new bond was set at $150,000, in addition to the $100,000 he already posted.