Still, the simple fact that there's a guy who used to film gaming videos and he now owns a Huracan got our attention. Fast forward to the present day, and the same man was involved in a severe car accident.
No, he wasn't trying to improve his cooking skills after seeing the new Top Gear try it. And thankfully, the Huracan wasn't crashed either. But the Audi TT, which was his second car, took a massive shunt and looks worse for wear.
The car he drives looks like a brand new Audi TT and the fact that it's got a quattro badge means there's also a 2.0-liter TFSI engine under there. What, you want to know how much the wreckage used to cost? Well, taking the motor, the likely auto gearbox, and the S line package into consideration, we'd say at least GBP 36,000.
The YouTuber should consider himself lucky to have survived. The TT has a good crash test rating, but from the photos provided, we can see that the roof has been completely caved in on the driver side (right-hand drive, in Britain). All the airbags have been deployed, even the curtain ones.
Based on my personal experience with severe damage on a brand new car, I think this is 100% a write-off. Between replacing the roof, windows, most of the bodywork, lights, interior, suspension, wheels, plus a lot of aluminum welding, we're looking at around GBP 25,000. And would you even want to drive a sportscar that's been so extensively repaired? I know I would never want to go 155 miles per hour in it.