When ‘Oops’ Is Just Not Enough: Car transporter wrecks its Toyota Supra cargo
Driving a car hauler truck is a dangerous and responsible job: fail once, and you may never be able to repay the damages. Even worse, road accidents sometimes happen regardless of your skills or experience. Therefore, we wish the driver of this particular truck the best of luck. They are going to need it.
The accident you can see on the photos here happened in Hungary, likely underway to a Toyota dealership. The cause of the crash is unknown, since no photos or videos of the event exist (we are told there were no surveillance cameras along that particular road stretch).
How do you manage to utterly wreck multiple Toyota Supras like this? Possibly by colliding with a smaller truck, or maybe simply backing up without making sure the field of view is sufficient.
The three rear-facing Supras suffered the most, while those closer to the cabin seem to have remained in a relatively decent state.
It is a shame the buyers of these cars – who have likely already paid substantial sums for them in advance – will now have to wait until the next batch arrives.
What is to become of the wrecks? The worst ones will be put to the press, sadly. Those in a better shape may get patched up and sold at a discount.
The latest-gen Supra comes equipped with the 3.0-liter I6 engine of the MBW Z4, rated at 340 hp (254 kW).
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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