[VIDEO] Ferrari 360 Spider gets crashed in Moscow, burns like a crisp
A Ferrari 360 Spider has been crashed into an SUV in Moscow and the supercar has burned to the ground.
According to the local media, the Italian supercar has been seen swerving through traffic and speeding before crashing into a Lexus RX. The impact was so severe that the Ferrari 360 Spider has burst into flames. Happily the driver of the exotic ride has escaped with minor injuries and he is currently in a stable condition, in hospital. The aftermath of the accident has been filmed with a camera phone and it’s showing the Ferrari 360 Spider in flames.
The Ferrari 360 Spider is the drop-top version of the regular 360, which was offered in two body styles, coupe and convertible. This has been produce between 1999 and 2005 in Maranello and it had a rear-mid engine and rear-wheel drive. It stands at 4,477 mm in length, 1,922 mm in width and 1,214 mm in height, weighing in at 1,350 kg. The Ferrari 360 has been eventually replaced in 2005 by the F430, which is the predecessor of the current 458.
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