The newest supercar crash is coming from Miami and starring a Ferrari 458 Spider.
A red-finished version of the Ferrari 458 Spider has been involved in a crash recently, in Miami. According to TSK, the model in question has been wrecked on wet roads at approximately 5 am, on Tuesday, after its driver has lost control of the wheel due to excessive speeding. The good news is that the driver has managed to crawl out of the wreck but the bad part is that he will most likely be charged for dangerous driving. Chances are that the exotic ride will be salvaged but that depends on whether or not the insurance will cover it.
As I am sure you all know by now, the Ferrari 458 Spider has left production recently, along with its coupe brother, the 458 Italia, in order to make room for the new 488 GTB. The 458 has been officially presented to the public back in 2009, during the Frankfurt Motor Show, and its convertible version has been shown during the same automotive event, but two years later. This is getting an aluminum retractable hardtop which is weighing 25 kg less than the soft roof found on its predecessor, the F430 Spider, which can be opened and closed in 14 seconds. The exotic ride has the same 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint as the coupe but the top speed has been lowered to “just” 320 km/h (199 mph).