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Messing up a McLaren

McLaren 650S Spider totaled in accident in Belgravia’s Eaton Square

 

On Saturday evening, a Monaco registered McLaren 650S was involved in a collision with a Saab convertible in Eaton Square in London. Both vehicles deployed airbags and both vehicles were badly damaged.

 

McLaren 650S Spider
Both the McLaren and the Saab were badly damaged in the collision
McLaren 650S Spider
The car before the accident
McLaren 650S Spider
The owner of the car surveys the wreckage with his companions

 

The McLaren, which belongs to a young man often spotted in the elite KX gym in Draycott Avenue, hit the Saab when it tried to turn right at around 8pm. As photographs reveal, the supercar’s bonnet almost completely folded and subsequently oil leaked from vehicles.

 

Launched last year, the £215,000 car was subsequently towed away. It will presumably be rebuilt just as was Rowan Atkinson’s McLaren after he crashed it on two separate occasions.

 

 

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3 comments on “Messing up a McLaren”

  1. Was the McLaren attempting to turn right at the lights into Lyall Street? I hope not from an insurance claim point of view because I don’t think that’s allowed – it’s a no right turn.

  2. These ludicrous cars are unsuited to Central London roads. Their drivers make life for residents hell.
    You have to be a real c***t or a Qatari(much the same thing) to want to scream noisily and dangerously around our quiet streets late at all times of the day and night.

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