How Does This Happen In A 20-MPH Zone?

Crash

You sir, are a moron.

Somebody once lovingly upgraded this Ferrari 458 Spider with a body kit from Novtiec Rosso and a gorgeous matte red wrap. But now look at it. Despite the speed limit being a lowly 30 km/h to ensure cars don’t crash in what is a child-friendly area, the driver of the supercar ended up crashing into a tree in Eagle Canyone Estate in Johannesburg, South Africa. According to zero2turbo, the car was wearing a temporary plate, indicating it had been recently delivered. However, the damage is not beyond repair with only the passenger airbag deploying.

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