Remember the Japanese car crash from 2011 that destroyed eight Ferraris, three Mercedes-Benzes and a Lamborghini, and was thus dubbed the most expensive car crash of all time? Now, 10 people involved in that $4 million crash are headed to court, and prosecutors may decide to charge them with violating traffic laws.
We dubbed December's Ferrari-on-Ferrari-on-many-more-Ferraris accident the "World's Most Expensive Car Crash" because it not only makes for a great headline but is probably true. Want more proof? How about this video of the aftermath. Oh those poor, poor Ferraris.
By now you've probably seen the aftermath of this weekend's massive supercar crash in Japan involving eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini, and a Toyota Prius — among others — that resulted in what may be upwards of $3.85 million in damage. Here's how it happened.
A single miscalculation from a Ferrari driver earlier today in Japan led to a chain reaction that ultimately wrecked or destroyed 14 vehicles including eight Ferraris, three Mercedes, a Lamborghini, a Skyline, and a Prius that was in the right place at the wrong time.