A rare McLaren P1 supercar, worth $2 million, was totalled in a collision with another vehicle in Yiwu, Zhejiang, near Hangzhou. The silver-colored supercar sustained major damage to both sides of the car after spinning out, colliding with a fence, and rear ending a Roewe.
The driver, a 20 year-old Yiwu resident named Liu, walked away with only minor injuries. Liu admitted that he was unable to avoid the collision because he was driving too fast. He had only a provincial driver’s license and accepted all responsibility for the crash. Police are continuing their investigation.
The McLaren P1 began production in 2013. All 375 finished models have been sold. The electric and gas hybrid car features a 903 horsepower engine that can go 0-100 kilometers per hour in just 2.8 seconds.
Here are more photos from the crash: