A brand new Ferrari Roma worth 250,000 euros has been reduced to scrap before it could leave the showroom. Poor steering skills had nothing to do with it. The car plunged meters down due to an accident – a malfunction of the elevator.
07-02-23, 5:05 PM
07-02-23, 5:40 PM
Palm Beach County Fire Rescue
An accident at work can happen to anyone. But in this case it comes with a hefty price tag. The incident happened last week at a Florida car dealership. Someone wanted to move the car with the elevator to the parking garage on the third floor.
However, when the lift was driven out, a defect occurred, causing the colossus with the car to crash down onto it. The driver got out in time and was not injured. But the Ferrari Roma suddenly stood vertical and leaned on its rear.
With the help of a towing company and the fire brigade, the bolide was hoisted out of the elevator shaft. In the showroom it turned out that the damage was extensive. The rear was shattered and the roof badly damaged.
A Ferrari Roma with some bells and whistles quickly costs around 250,000 euros. The car has 612 hp, and accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds, when it is not stuck in an elevator shaft. In this case, the car with only 0 kilometers on the counter is immediately ready for the scrap heap. It is possible that some parts can be reused.
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