Today The Car Spotter will be sharing news with you of a Ferrari 458 that was recently left hanging into somebody’s garden in Racho Santa Fe, San Diego, California.
At approximately 1am, the homeowner said he was awoken by a loud crash. Before the homeowner could go and investigate what was happening, the driver had disappeared leaving a Ferrari hanging over his garden wall.
Photographs show documentation of the vehicle’s value, $311,000 which is approximately £200,000.
It is a shame to see the red Ferrari 458 Spyder with beige interior in this state but at least nobody appeared to be hurt or injured in the crash. The passenger(s) will have had to literally jump out of the car due to the angle it has rested at against the floor.
What a surprise for the homeowner, waking up to find this in his garden.
The Ferrari 458 Spyder has a 4.5L V8 engine that makes 562bhp and can accelerate the Ferrari from 0-60mph in 3 seconds and onto a top speed of 199mph (320km/h).
I am pretty sure the vehicle will be able to be traced back to the owner which always makes fleeing the vehicle seem pointless, however there is the chance the Ferrari may have been stolen.
What do you think of the crashed Ferrari 458 Spyder?
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