NURBURG (Web Desk) – A £4million Koenigsegg hypercar, dubbed ‘the world’s first megacar’ crashed at Germany’s Nurburgring, ahead of an attempt at the lap record, the crash was termed as the most expensive crash.
According to the details, The 275mph One:1 was being tested at the notorious Nurburgring circuit in Germany ahead of an attempt at the lap record when the accident happened.
The driver lost control after exiting the notorious ‘Fuchsröhre’, which is of the track’s most demanding sections, and couldn’t brake enough before entering ‘Adenauer Forst’ as per report of metro news.
As a result, the Koenigsegg smashed into a barrier and ended up on the other side of the rail with serious front and rear damage.
Huge tyre marks along the asphalt show how far the unnamed test driver skidded before hitting the barriers.
In a statement, Koenigsegg confirmed the driver was taken to hospital as a precaution and released the same afternoon.
Yes. All OK except the car, which will be rebuilt in time. https://t.co/XaZpuTD7Pk
— Koenigsegg Official (@koenigsegg) July 18, 2016