A Swiss couple who were killed in a horror crash after their Ferrari crashed into a Lamborghini during an Italian supercar tour have been photographed for the first time.
The video shows the shocking moment the couple’s car crashed into that of another couple as the vehicles tried to overtake a campervan, which overturned.
Sardinian police confirmed the identity of the victims: Marcus and Melissa Krautli, from Wallisellen near Zurich.
Mr Krautli worked at the family logistics company Krautli, which has offices in Belgium, Switzerland and Portugal.
Meanwhile, an Indian couple involved in the accident and who escaped without injuries have been identified as Bollywood actress Gayatri Joshi and her husband Vikas Oberoi.
Police in Sardinia confirmed the identity of the victims: Marcus and Melissa Krautli, from Wallisellen near Zurich.
Bollywood actress Gayatri Joshi and her husband Vikas Oberoi (pictured in 2011) escaped injuries caused by the accident.
They were traveling in the Lamborghini involved in the collision with Krautli’s Ferrari and the camper van.
Ms Joshi, who starred in the hit Bollywood film Swades, told Indian newspaper The Free Press Journal: “Vikas and I are in Italy. We had an accident here: a collision involving several cars. With the grace of God, we are both perfectly fine.
Footage of the collision shows a white van driving past a line of colorful sports cars on the road in southern Sardinia, Italy, yesterday.
But seconds later, the video shows the red Ferrari behind the blue Lamborghini, trying to overtake the camper van at the same time.
This appears to cause the Lamborghini to be crushed under the van, which is then violently knocked onto its side.
The Ferrari, out of sight on the other side of the camper, also overturned and caught fire, trapping the couple inside, according to reports.
Mr. and Mrs. Krautli were aged 67 and 63. They were burned to death during the incident, according to local media.
Firefighters and air ambulance operators were working on scene and the road was closed.
A couple from Selva di Val Gardena in northern Italy, aged 61 and 62, who were traveling in the camper van, were injured and taken to hospital.
“We were lying sideways in our seats. For a moment we stood in silence, in disbelief. Then I looked my wife in the eyes and asked her if she was okay. She nodded,” Lorenzo M told Italian media outlet L’Unione Sarda.
The blue Lamborghini can be seen trying to overtake the white camper van driving in front of it.
But seconds later, footage shows the red Ferrari behind her trying to overtake at the same time, causing the Lamborghini to crash under the camper van, which is then violently knocked onto its side.
Police officer examines damaged Ferrari after fatal crash
The blue Lamborghini is shown heavily damaged on the side of the road
The couple crawled between the seats and were able to escape the vehicle.
“When we came out, we thought we were in hell,” Lorenzo added.
The Ferrari was on fire and screams could be heard by witnesses, the publication reports.
The images show the vehicle crashed on the side of the road.
In the video, the blue supercar is shown badly damaged on the side of the road, surrounded by a cloud of dust and smoke, with the camper van blocking both lanes.
Another video of the aftermath shows some of the sports cars that were not involved in the collision parked at the side of the road.
People are gathered next to the ruined Lamborghini and overturned camper van as black smoke billows from the burning Ferrari, with an ambulance crew also at the scene.
The remains of the three vehicles were seized by authorities as the investigation continues.
In the video, a line of colorful sports cars can be seen driving on the road in southern Sardinia.
The Ferrari connects with the Lamborghini, causing the crash
The supercars were traveling on the national road 195 Sulcitana, in the municipality of San Giovanni Suergiu, in southern Sardinia.
The supercars were traveling on the national road 195 Sulcitana, in the municipality of San Giovanni Suergiu in Sardinia.
The couple had left the village of Forte and were heading towards Mores that day, reports the Italian daily Corriere della Sera.
According to Italian media, all occupants of the luxury cars took part in the Sardinia Supercar Experience event, which started in Teulada and was scheduled to end in Olbia.
For a few days, participants drive across the island in flashy cars, visiting viewpoints and spending the night in expensive hotels.
If tourists travel in their own car, the trip costs £10,409. A multi-day trip in a Ferrari SF90 rental from the organizer can be booked for £21,515.
Footage shows the Lamborghini crashing into the campervan after the red Ferrari hit it.
The camper then turns over, leaving behind a cloud of dust and smoke.
A firefighter spraying the Ferrari after the accident. The Swiss tourists who died in the Ferrari were aged 63 and 67
Video of the aftermath shows some of the sports cars that were not involved in the collision parked at the side of the road. There are people gathered next to the ruined Lamborghini and overturned campervan as black smoke billows from the burning Ferrari, with an ambulance crew also at the scene.