World’s most expensive crash takes its toll in Japan
There’s no doubt that the auto insurance companies will be all over this one.
Early on the morning of Dec. 5 in Yamaguchi, Japan, 14 cars were involved in what’s being called the “world’s most expensive car crash.”
According to The Telegraph, a group of luxury car enthusiasts were traveling from Hiroshima to Kyushu when the lead driver of a Ferrari hit a central barrier and lost control of his vehicle, causing a chain reaction that resulted in a trail of crumpled metal and broken glass.
Fourteen cars were involved, including a Lamborghini, Ferrari 355, Ferrari 512, Ferrari 355, Ferrri 430, Ferrari 360, Mercedes CL600, Nissan GT-R Skyline and Toyota Prius.
Total damage: Nearly $4 million.