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Ferrari F40 Crash Germany


24-year-old crashes a $2.5 million Ferrari F40 in Germany

A $2.5 million Ferrari F40 has crashed in Germany. A 24-year-old was at the wheel of the classic supercar at the time of the accident. While the exact details are unclear, reports suggest that the F40 was passing through a tunnel near Stuttgart when the driver lost control and hit the wall.

Images posted on social media reveal the damaged F40 with emergency services on the scene. The front end of the car appears to have sustained most of the damage. The force of the impact destroyed the front crash structure, along with the Kevlar clamshell. While the rest of the bodywork seems intact, the wonky wheels suggest that there could be some suspension damage as well.

The F40 is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 471 hp and 426 lb-ft of torque. The engine is bolted to a 5-speed manual transmission. The car is known to suffer from massive turbo-lag, but when the turbos do spool up, there’s a surge of power, which makes it a bit tricky to handle.

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