Photo of the wreckage making its rounds on the web, of unknown provenance.

A bespoke Koenigsegg CCX supercar recently listed for sale at a Texas dealer was completely torn apart after rolling at high speed just a few miles into Mexico earlier this week, according to local reports.

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Witnesses claim the car was traveling at high speed before flipping multiple times, resulting in carnage that looks more like a bomb went off. The passenger cell of the car stayed together, but the front axle, the roof, and almost every possible body panel apparently were separated in the crash.

Two men were said to be in the car, and were transferred to a local hospital in Mexico in unknown condition, according to the local El Manana newspaper.

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The CCX, chassis number 067, is also currently listed for sale by Crave Luxury Autos in The Woodlands, Texas—priced at $1,250,000 with only 1,721 miles on the clock.

The CCX is capable of 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 3.2 seconds with an aluminum V8 good for around 800 horsepower. And a lot of carbon fiber bodywork.

You can check out more photos of the crash over at Vanguardia.

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Tip of the hat to Oscar and Ari!