Shocking moment driver crashes $600,000 Lamborghini rental car at a car yard
- Luxury sports car abandoned after crash in Sydney
- The driver managed to pin him on top of a Falcon
- Police are in talks with the driver of the Lamborghini
Shocking footage captured the moment a Lamborghini rental car worth at least $600,000 crashed into a used car garage.
The Lamborgini Huracan 724 coupe drove off Parramatta Road near Concord in Sydney around 9 p.m. on Friday evening.
The vehicle then hit three cars in the street before crashing into the RV Motors lot.
The luxury sports car (pictured right), worth about $600,000 to replace, came to a stop on a Ford Falcon (pictured left), worth $16,999 on Friday night
The luxury sports car came to a stop on top of a $16,999 Ford Falcon.
The driver left the scene before police arrived, but has since contacted officers.
The Lamborghini currently sells for between $789,809 and $825,914 for the 2023 model and $653,000 for previous brands.
Fire Rescue NSW Superintendent Adam Dewberry said the driver was incredibly lucky he hadn’t hit any power poles or anything equally dangerous.
Supt. Dewberry also said the public was lucky the accident happened when few people were around.
RV Motors owner Christopher Quach’s initial reaction was more baffled than angry at a car wrecking his property.
“I said, ‘Half a million dollars doesn’t look good up there.’ That was my first reaction, he told 9News.
“When I got here I realized it was a Lamborgini hanging from one of the Ford Falcons in the yard and it also crashed into two other cars.”
No one was injured in the incident, although two cars were written off.
Witnesses claimed that the driver left the crime scene claiming that he did not want police involved and that he would deal with the car garage.
The vehicle left behind would be a rented vehicle.
Fire Rescue NSW Superintendent Adam Dewberry said the driver was incredibly lucky he hadn’t hit any power poles or anything equally dangerous
Police issued an updated statement to Daily Mail Australia on Sunday morning, in which they confirmed that the driver had been in contact with police.
“Officers from Burwood Police Area Command were called to Parramatta Road near Melbourne Street at approximately 9.40pm on Friday (May 12, 2023) and found that a black Lamborghini had left the carriageway and struck three vehicles,” the statement said.
The driver of the sports car had left the scene before police arrived.
“After an investigation, police spoke to the driver, a 38-year-old man, after he visited Burwood Police Station at 5pm yesterday (Saturday, May 13, 2023).”