Rolls-Royce Ghost driver rammed Lamborghini UrusOctober 14, 2020
The culprit of the accident fled from the scene of the accident, forgetting to grab the documents
An accident occurred not far from Birmingham, which claims to be one of the most expensive in recent years. A Rolls-Royce Ghost worth about $325 000 crashed into a Lamborghini Urus, the price of which is $260 000. The culprit of the collision fled the scene, but forgot the documents with the photograph in the car, so his capture is only a matter of time.
A photo of the crashed Rolls-Royce Ghost and Lamborghini Urus appeared on Twitter. Judging by the picture, the Ghost has a severely damaged front end and right side, while the Urus has a rear bumper and a right rear fender. There were no casualties, and the damage caused has yet to be assessed.
According to one version, the Rolls-Royce Ghost was rented – this explains the driver’s escape. Moreover, he disappeared in a hurry, as he forgot his identity card at the crime scene. In the comments to the post on Twitter, users also suggest that the accident could be faked in order to obtain insurance benefits. It seemed to them suspicious that two expensive and rather rare cars were involved in the accident.
Another costly road accident recently happened at the Saint Gotthard Pass in Switzerland, where a Bugatti Chiron hypercar, a Porsche 911 sports car, a camper and a Mercedes-Benz C-Class station wagon collided there.
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