Watch A Man Fly The Coop After Crashing A Ferrari SF90 Into Five Cars

Watch A Man Fly The Coop After Crashing A Ferrari SF90 Into Five Cars

Every car enthusiast dreams of one day being able to get behind the wheel of a high-performance supercar to experience an unrivaled thrill of speed, handling, and acceleration unlike anything everyday cars could ever hope to provide. The thing is, having supercar power at your disposal may be one of the most gratifying and enjoyable feelings imaginable, but it also comes with certain risks and responsibilities.

Driving a horsepower-loaded vehicle isn’t for everyone, and doing so entails extreme levels of knowledge and concentration when on the road. Today’s performance cars come packed with real-time driving aids in the form of traction control and adaptive AWD systems that help stabilize the vehicle during high-speed maneuvers. This technology is great, but it can sometimes inspire too much confidence in the driver, motivating them to push the pedal harder and speed around sketchy corners.

Towards the end of May, on an otherwise normal Wednesday evening, street cameras picked up a man slamming his Ferrari SF90 at full speed into a parked car. The force was so great that he actually pushed it into a line of four cars that were parked behind it, damaging all of them. Let’s get into the details.

The Man Just Took Off After Ruining His Six-Figure Supercar

Normally, it’s expected of those involved in a car accident to stay at the scene until everything is sorted out between all concerned parties, especially if anyone was injured. On this occasion, thankfully, nobody was inside any of the 5 cars at the receiving end of the crash, and the Ferrari driver responsible for causing it seemed to be fine after the video footage shows him jumping out of the destroyed vehicle’s window. After doing so, he simply fled the scene without a second thought, and police still haven’t been able to identify him.


Performance Figures Of The Ferrari SF90

The video angle shows the driver losing control of his SF90 shortly before swerving into the opposite lane, where the unfortunate stack of parked cars was there to absorb the high-speed impact. Let’s see just how much power the driver was dealing with.

The SF90 is one of Ferrari’s latest and most advanced models, and even though it’s considered a supercar, its performance numbers are almost enough to push it into hyper car territory. The SF90s rear-engine setup features a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 capable of putting out a maximum of 769 horsepower, paired to an additional set of 3 electric motors that generate a combined output of 217 horsepower. This pushes the total horsepower figure of the Ferrari SF90 to 986. Additionally, this Ferrari makes 590 pound-feet of torque and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 2.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of 211 mph.


Clearly, the Ferrari SF90 is a certified beast of a car, and it should be driven responsibly as Ferrari’s second-fastest production car ever, sitting close behind the Ferrari LaFerrari. It’s a shame that such a beautiful piece of machinery ended up destroyed and abandoned, but these things are sometimes inevitable, and the good news is that nobody was injured.

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