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Someone Wrecked a Ferrari Enzo on the Autobahn Like It's 2006 Again

Crashed Ferrari Enzo
Crashed Ferrari Enzo

One of Ferrari's final halo cars without a hybrid engine, the Enzo, may have been destroyed after a high-speed crash on Germany's famous Autobahn. The extent of the damage is unknown, as is the identity of the driver, but one thing's for sure: Someone was driving more car than they could handle.

A partial account of the crash was published in Hallo München, which reports that the Ferrari was being driven on the A99 section of the Autobahn late Tuesday morning. As the car neared the Neuherberg exit around 11:20 a.m., its driver lost control and skidded into a guardrail—presumably on the driver's side given the concentration of damage. Debris from the impact was scattered as far as 650 feet, indicating the supercar was traveling at extreme speed. (It's not clear if this section of the Autobahn is speed-limited, or one of the derestricted zones.)