& # 39; The car was a wrecked wreck & # 39 ;: the owner of a luxury car sheds tears after losing control and writing off his brand new $ 500,000 Lamborghini Diablo
- A luxury car owner broke down after destroying his $ 500K Lamborghini Diablo
- The man was fine, but his brand new car was written off after the accident
- Ambulances were called to the forest road in Illawong in the south of Sydney
- The driver and the passenger survived the accident without injury
The driver of a Lamborghini Diablo shed tears after crawling out of the wreck of his brand new $ 500,000 car.
The man was allegedly seen sobbing after losing control of the luxury car while driving along Fowler Road in Illawong in southern Sydney on Sunday afternoon.
His brand new car was written off after being recovered from the bottom of a steep dike.
A Lamborghini Diablo driver sobbed after losing control of his luxury car, which ran off the road and flew into bushland
The crimson car, valued at $ 500,000, fell five feet along Fowler Road in Illawong in southern Sydney on Sunday afternoon
The driver and passenger of the Lamborghini miraculously survived the accident without injuries.
& # 39; The driver lost control and the car flew off the road to Bushland & # 39 ;, told a witness Daily telegram.
& # 39; The car was a damaged wreck. The driver kept saying & # 39; & # 39; it's new, it's new & # 39; & # 39 ;.
& # 39; It was an easy debit. He cried when he got out. & # 39;
The panicked driver was forced to write off the car, which is believed to have been purchased new
The driver and male passenger of the Lamborghini survived the accident without injury
The accident resulted in large dents, with the roof of the car destroyed and the car door on the passenger side almost completely detached.
Ambulance and police were present to check whether the driver was safe.
About a dozen spectators came to see what the commotion was about before the mutilated car was towed away by road authorities.
The high-quality sports car can be driven at a maximum speed of 320 kilometers per hour
Ambulance and police were present to ensure that the occupants were safe
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