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Viral Video: Ferrari Worth Rs 4.16 Crore Crashes Into Parked Cars

The car can be seen completely destroyed from the front with pieces of its bonnet lying all over the road.

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  • The Ferrari SF90 Stradale (Type F173) is a mid-engine PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) sports car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari.

VIRAL VIDEO:  A driver lost control of their luxury Ferrari on a public road and crashed into a row of parked cars. The impact was such that every parked vehicle was damaged to some degree.

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale, worth more than Rs 4.16 crore, crashed into parked cars in the UK. The incident occurred on Hagley Road in Birmingham, England.

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The viral video of the incident shows the luxury car appearing from nowhere and crashing into five cars that were parked on the side of the road. The driver was seen climbing out of the window after the crash and fled the accident’s site before the first responders arrived.

Meanwhile, the car can be seen completely destroyed from the front with pieces of its bonnet lying all over the road.

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The Haden Cross Fire Station shared pictures of the crashed car and a video with the caption, “RTC Hagley Road, Halesowen- White Watch attended. Please be careful when out and about.”

As per Autoevolution, no injuries have been reported in the incident and officials are trying to locate the driver of the car.

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The video has gone viral and left netizens shocked. One user said, “It’s going to hurt the insurer, but I’m guessing there’s not 50% of the value of the car damaged there, given that’s a £600k motor.  The loss adjuster that gets that landing on their desk is going to wince though.”

Earlier in January, a rare £2.5 million Ferrari Enzo tragically crashed into a tree.

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