Woman Backs Mercedes Into Ferrari 458 Speciale In Slowest Car Accident In History

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We hope they have insurance.

It seems like there is a never-ending stream of Cars and Coffee crashes these days. Well, usually Mustangs. And sometimes the occasional Camaro. Well, now we have an all new kind of accident. This accident occurred at a Katie's Cars & Coffee event in Virgina and involved a Mercedes 380 SL and a Ferrari 458 Speciale. According to witnesses, the woman driving the Mercedes simply misjudged and backed straight into the front the Ferrari.

How she managed to back into the Ferrari, we honestly can't tell from the video. Our only explanation could be that she accidentally put the car in reverse instead of drive. Either way, check out the video for yourself. There is some NSFW language so best not to open it at your cubicle.

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