A McLaren 720S is on the side of the road after it crashed into Great Falls, Va. Saturday morning.
(Fairfax County Police Department)
That's not worth it.
Police in Fairfax County, Virginia, said a local driver added a McLaren 720S luxury sports car just one day after his purchase.
The department shared an image of the car wrecked on Facebook with the caption: "Purchased on Friday, Saturday arrived." The publication added that speed was the main factor in the accident and warned drivers to "slow down or cost".
The driver sustained injuries that do not endanger life.
NEVADA POLICE FOUND $ 300,000 SUPERCAR IN THE DESERT, BUT NO ONE HAS IT
The Washington Post, citing police, reported that the accident occurred around 7:45 a.m. on Saturday in Great Falls, approximately 15 miles northwest of Washington DC
Estimated authorities that the automobile was worth "around $ 300,000". When the 720S made its debut in March 2017, several reports said the car would be priced at approximately $ 254,000.
This is not the first time that a McLaren has had an unfortunate fate this year. In May, Nevada police found a total of 720s near Lake Mead. Parts of the car were scattered throughout the wreck, but the people inside were only scratched and bruised.