Neon pink McLaren 570 supercar worth £150,000 is left a mangled wreck after driver loses control and crashes on affluent London street
- The £150,000 British-made super car hit a Volkswagen Golf in central London
- The 203mph car suffered damage to the bonnet, as well as the nearside wing
- London Fire Brigade said they ‘made the scene safe after the driver lost control’
The McLaren 570 was left a mangled wreck after the crash in a central London street.
The motorist behind the wheel of the £150,000 car – with a top speed of 203mph – lost control.
It’s understood it happened in a 20mph limit in Montagu Mansions in Marylebone.
The McLaren has a 0-60mph of less than three seconds.
The McLaren 570 suffered damage to the front nearside quarter during last week’s crash
The supercar’s head light was smashed while its front bonnet, wing and chin splitter all suffered major damage
London Fire Brigade said it was not often it had to deal with an incident involving a McLaren
Simon Tuhill – London Fire Brigade Borough Commander for Camden – said’ ‘We go to many incidents involving crashed vehicles.
‘But not that many where one of those vehicles is a McLaren 570 supercar.
‘Crews from Euston attended this RTC on Montagu Mansions, Marylebone last week to make the scene safe after a driver lost control.’
MailOnline has approached Scotland Yard for an update on the case.
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Unfortunately for the owner, a police car spotted the dangerous manoeuvre and followed the Italian V-10 supercar with its blue lights flashing.