Bugatti Veyron Crashed In Austria

Car crashes are no abnormal or phenomenal to us, except this case is meant to be. The world’s fastest car got crashed during an accident in Austria when it tried to maneuver a turn at a breathtaking speed.

Reportedly, it appeared that the driver lost control of the car due to wet conditions, and came crashing through a guard rail and fell off 40 meters down an embankment.

Fortunately, the car didn’t flipped upside-down, and the driver walked away without injuries.

Bugatti Veyron Crashed In Austria

Appropriately, it took around 1.5 hours for the rescue team to recover the car using cranes and two fire department vehicles.

Speculating from the images delivered, the French super car looks mostly damaged from the front panels, but we are suspicious about the knocking underneath the metal sheets.

But for the rescue crew, this was probably the job of a life time!

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