A woman with her hands in the air seemingly in despair next to the McLaren (included)
- An expensive McLaren supercar has crashed on the N1 in Cape Town.
- The crash occurred during rainy conditions caused by a cold front.
- Immediate information as to whether the driver was injured was not available.
A McLaren supercar crashed during rainy conditions on the N1 in Cape Town on Wednesday morning.
Kevin Jacobs, spokesman for Cape Town Traffic Services, said the accident happened around 9:45 a.m. near the Plattekloof exit towards the city.
“Yes, it was a McLaren,” Jacobs said.
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The car, presumably an MP4-12C Coupe, can fetch between R1.8 million and R4 million.
The condition of the driver of the vehicle was not immediately known.
The local dealer preferred not to comment to protect their customer’s privacy.
The mangled vehicle (included)
Roads in Cape Town were wet on Wednesday as another cold front set in with occasional rain.
Photos emerged of a woman standing next to the vehicle with his mangled nose, with her hands raised in despair, in what could be a hefty repair bill for the vehicle.
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