The new generation of the Porsche 911 just had its first crash in Holland and damage to the German supercar was significantly.
After the new generation of the Porsche 911 made its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show not too long ago, the German sports car is once again entering everyone’s attention, after what seems to be the Carrera version was crashed in Holland, on the streets of Amsterdam, after it crashed into a Volvo V50. The impact was so severe that the Swedish vehicle was sent to the other side of the street and the German sports car was pushed into a brick wall. Reports are saying that no one was injured in the unfortunate incident, except for the Porsche 911 sports car which now has a long way to go before returning to its initial state.
As a reminder, the Porsche 911 Carrera is coming in standard with features like the leather upholstery, sports seats, automatic climate control, bi-xenon headlights, Porsche multimedia Communication Management with 7-inch touch screen, MP3 and the Porsche Stability Management. The Carrera is powered by a 3.4 liter flat-six engine which is developing a total output of 350 horsepower, helping the model to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds.