In Australia, a Crashed Ferrari Is Obviously a Spider

Let’s face it, Australia isn’t exactly the best place in the world to drive a Ferrari 458 Spider. To start with, you will have a hard time buying one, all due to the country’s 33 percent luxury car tax. Moreover, driving with the wind in your hair may not be all that cool when you’ve got a long list of creatures waiting to grab a bite. Well, as it turns out, one example of the 458 Spider decided to take this into its own hands wheels and fight back.
Ferrari 458 Spider crash in Australia 1 photo
Photo: Adelaide Exotic Car Spotting on Facebook
As you can see in the adjacent image, the supercar took its own name literally, turning into a spider. The Ferrari somehow decided to jump off the road and bite nature back. We may have a vegetarian spider here...

The crash took place in Adelaide, with the supercar ending in the extra weird position you see above. The situation that led to accident is unknown and yet we can’t stop thinking about the Ferrari 458’s tail-happy nature.

The positive side here is that nobody was injured in the crash. Moreover, the Ferrari 458 Spider reportedly went through the ordeal without taking too much damage. Hopefully, this predator will stick to devouring tarmac from now on.

Photo via: Adelaide Exotic Car Spotting
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