Australian man smashed his car Ferrari 458 Italia Coupe while driving on Sunday. On the Princess Highway in St Peters, the Ferrari supercar exceeded the 24 mph speed limit by an astonishing amount. Fortunately, this was not a file Ferrari fatal accidentbut it still does a lot of damage to the supercar.
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The red Ferrari 458 Italia Coupe hit a power shaft
In the video from 7News Australia, you can see the red Ferrari hitting a lamppost at high speed. The 458 bounced off the lamppost and turned around before it came to a stop. The passenger could be heard complaining of pain in his legs, and the driver had a head injury.
The front wheel, frame and entire suspension seem to be missing from the driver’s side. The side airbag inflated and deflated after impact and is now blowing in the breeze. The fire rescue team and paramedics had to free the pair from the Ferrari gross sports car.
A paramedic at the scene said that every airbag in the Ferrari 458 had exploded during the impact. With a top speed of over 200 mph and 562 hp, it’s no wonder the airbags exploded. Supercar or sports car crash It is never considered a positive experience, especially if it can be avoided.
Ferrari 458 Italia price and specifications make this breakdown even more painful