THIS is the shocking moment a £500,000 Ferrari is smashed right into three parked cars.
Known as the “fastest car of the decade”, the SF90 hypercar completely smashed the stationary vehicles in just a few seconds.
Wednesday’s horror smash on Hagley Road in Birmingham was incredibly captured on CCTV footage by a local resident.
The chilling clip shows the supercar suddenly appear before driving straight into a white vehicle parked on the street.
And it showed no sign of slowing down after initial impact, instead creating a domino effect of destruction.
The half-million pound car then crashed into two other vehicles, causing quite costly damage.
The dazed driver can be seen crawling out of the shiny red hypercar at high speed after the collision before police and firefighters rushed to the scene at 7.40pm.
Shocking photos from the crime scene show the car completely destroyed.
His airbags deployed, but fortunately no one was injured.
It is not known how fast the car was traveling.
However, the SF90 can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds, from 0 to 200 km/h in 6.7 seconds and has a top speed of 211 km/h.
Haden Cross Fire Station shared the images on Twitter, writing: “RTC Hagley Road, Halesowen – White Watch was present. Please be careful when you are out and about.”
One netizen replied, “Obviously too powerful for anyone to handle.”
- Price: Estimated at £500,000
- Engine: 4-liter twin-turbo V8 with three electric motors
- 0-60mph: 2.5 sec
- 0-200km/h: 6.7 sec
- Top speed: 211mph
Another added: “Looks nasty how disappointed would you be? Hope everyone is fine.”
A third wrote: “This is going to cost a lot of money to fix. I would be devastated, this car would cost more than my house.”
A spokeswoman for West Midlands and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue said: “We have been called by police to reports of an RTC. A car collided with several parked vehicles.
“No one was reported trapped or injured. We left just after 8.45pm.”
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