Ferrari SF90 hypercar worth £500,000 is left a WRECK after crashing head-on into row of parked cars

A FERRARI worth £500,000 has been left a wreck after crashing head-on into a row of parked cars.

The SF90 hypercar, known as the “quickest car of the decade” smashed into the vehicles on Hagley Road in Birmingham yesterday evening.


Cops and fire crews rushed to the scene at 7.40pm after the shiny red hypercar ploughed into three others.

Shocking photos from the scene show the car, worth half a million pounds completely destroyed.

Its airbags deployed and luckily no one was injured.

It is not known how fast the car was traveling.

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However the SF90 can rockets from 0-62mph in just 2.5 seconds, 0-124mph in 6.7 and tops out at 211mph.

Haden Cross Fire Station shared the images on Twitter and wrote: "RTC Hagley Road, Halesowen- White Watch attended. Please be careful when out and about."

FERRARI SF90

  • Price: £500,000 est
  • Engine: 4-litre twin turbo V8 with three electric motors
  • 0-60mph: 2.5 secs
  • 0-124mph: 6.7 secs
  • Top speed: 211mph

One web user replied: "Obviously too powerful for somebody to handle."

Another added: "Looks nasty, how gutted would you be?? Hope everyone is ok."

A third wrote: "That's gonna cost some serious money to put right. I'd be devastated, that car cost more than my house."

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A spokeswoman from West Midlands And Staffordshire Fire and Rescue said: "We were called by the police to reports of an RTC. Once car ended up in collision with a number of parked vehicles.

"No one was reported trapped or injured. We left just after 8.45pm."

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