A rare Ferrari F40 worth around £1 million crashed in Queensland on Friday morning (17July 2020).
Emergency services who arrived at the scene said the luxury car was involved in a dramatic collision on the Beaudesert Nerang Road near Canungra. Photos of the aftermath shared with WENN show the wrecked supercar left the road, became tangled in the brush and collided with roadside signage.
The twin-turbocharged Ferrari, the first production car to top 200 miles per hour, has a temporary dealership plate on the rear - which would suggest the vehicle was on a test drive. There are two examples of the car currently listed for sale in Australia but it is unclear if this is one of them.
Luckily there were no reported injuries from the crash.