A strange velvet wrapped Ferrari 599 made headlines across the world last year. Many tabloids picked up on the idea and ran with it, calling it the "Furrari". It even sparked a short-lived trend which we think culminated when a London cab was covered in tiger print fur.
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The sacrilege must have angered the gods of London cabs, who spoke out: "enough is enough, time to kill the Furrari". And so it happened the other day, when a taxi hit the front end of the famous 599.
As bad as it looks, the Furrari is still a very expensive supercar, worth about £100,000 used, if not a little more. So you can imagine the London taxi driver was a little shaken when he saw what he'd reversed into.
The Supercar Kids reports that the incident probably took place outside of the famous Harrods store Heavy damage has been dealt to the front bumper, velvet included.
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