Three Toyota Supras have been wrecked after a crash involving a transport truck in Hungary.
There are few details available online about what exactly happened to leave the Supras in such horrendous shape. However, it seems likely that either the driver of the truck reversed into something at relatively high speed or, more likely, another truck rear-ended the transporter.
Sitting at the top of the trailer is a Supra painted Absolute Zero White which has suffered significant damage to its rear fascia, particularly the rear bumper. Sitting directly below this Supra is a black one which appears to have suffered the most between the cars on the transporter. Much of its rear-end has been caved in and the rear window has also been shattered. It will obviously be declared a write-off.
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It appears as though the impact which damaged the black Supra sent it straight into the front of a Renaissance Red 2.0 model located in the center of the transporter. Only one of the available images shows this red Supra making it hard to determine how much damage it suffered. However, we can see that the front bumper has been wrecked.
This is the first known incident of production-spec Toyota Supras and it’s clear that the owners of the damaged cars will have to wait a little longer before taking delivery of them.
Toyota recently commenced deliveries of the 2020 Supra Launch Edition in the United States and prospective buyers can head over to the company’s U.S. website to spec out their dream Supra.
Iemand een nieuwe supra besteld…zal iets later zijn 🙂
Gepostet von Luc Claeys am Dienstag, 16. Juli 2019