Abandoned Supercars Left To Die In A Paris Parking Lot


Oh the humanity!

We’ve covered all sorts of different stories on CarBuzz regarding abandoned supercars and luxury vehicles. One of the most recent supercar graveyards we uncovered involved a car trafficking ring in Vietnam in which hundreds of exotic cars were left to rot. Dubai also has its own exotic car wastelands. Now it would seem as if the strange phenomena has spread to Europe as the latest place that luxury cars go to die has been uncovered in a parking garage in Paris.

Some of the cars that can be found in the eery parking lot include a Maserati Quattroporte, Lamborghini Gallardo, Ferrari 550 Barchetta, Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG and a Bentley Continental GT.

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