McLaren Wrecked In China By Girl Driving In Big High Heels


Guess what she told the police.

The McLaren12C is a powerful British built supercar with a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine capable of producing 592 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. Be that as it may, this is probably not the sort of car that should be driven in big, white high-heeled shoes. Even the slightest extra press on the gas pedal could potentially produce a quick acceleration with very little effort. Unfortunately, the lady pictured here in Suzhou, China, didn’t get the memo on time.

As she was making a U-turn under a bridge in her red 12C she cut off a Citroen sedan, which subsequently slammed into the side of her beautiful McLaren supercar. As can be seen in the photos, the damage to the McLaren is extensive and will likely be a costly repair. When questioned by police regarding the incident, the woman stated that the car had "suddenly accelerated" when making the turn. Does this mean the supercar has a mind of its own, or perhaps some careless footwork caused a sudden burst in speed? You be the judge.

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