Video: how not to descend from the car carrier is very expensive and fast Ferrari

Video: how not to descend from the car carrier is very expensive and fast Ferrari

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A video of one of the most expensive unloading of a car from a forklift has been published on the Web. Ferrari SF90 Stradale hypercar dropped during delivery to customer. According to preliminary information, the cause was problems in the mechanism of the loader itself: the folding blades in the rear of the van could not withstand the weight of the car and collapsed along with the car. Fortunately for the owner, the car was not damaged.

The incident took place in Brazil. According to Carscoops, this hypercar was ordered by a top manager of one of the major Brazilian medical companies. The total cost of the car, along with various additional options, was about $ 1.5 million. At the same time, judging by the post of the owner of the car on Instagram, she did not receive any damage, so that expensive repairs to the Berlinetta will not be required.

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the most powerful and expensive road car in the Italian manufacturer’s lineup. The power plant is a 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine with a capacity of 780 horsepower. It is powered by three electric motors that add more than 200 horsepower to the hypercar. The total peak power reaches 1000 “horses”, the SF90 Stradale spends only 2.5 seconds to accelerate to 100 kilometers per hour, and 6.7 seconds to accelerate to 200 kilometers per hour. The maximum speed is limited at around 340 kilometers per hour.

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This is not the first time a hypercar has been involved in an accident. In late July, the SF90 Stradale was smashed against a concrete fence in Italy. Judging by the footage from the accident scene, the car received a blow to the right side, after which it flew into the fence with the left side. As a result, both left wheels were ripped out of the car, the front bumper, fenders on the left side, optics and windshield were also damaged.

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