Manchester crash: Supercar worth £250,000 wrecked as passengers unhurt

Ferrari 488 was left wrecked after the collision on a 30mph road (Picture: GMP/SWNS)

Dramatic images show a £250,000 Ferrari that was destroyed in a horror crash – and miraculously, the occupants escaped without serious injury.

The supercar collided with a Peugeot on Wednesday morning on a 30mph road in Old Trafford, Manchester.

Images taken at the scene show the front end of the Ferrari 488, which is capable of speeds of up to 211 mph, completely wrecked.

The engine is heavily exposed, the bonnet has been thrown up and the front bumper is completely missing, as a trail of debris is left behind.

Photos of the Peugeot Summat show its front left side in pieces with serious damage around the front wheel, passenger door and bonnet.

The airbags inside the car also appear to have gone off due to the sheer impact of the crash.

Despite the damage, one person suffered only minor injuries in the collision.

Greater Manchester Police attend the scene of a crash between a grey Ferrari and a Peugeot Summar on Wednesday morning.

A trail of destruction measuring around 30ft was left scattered on the carriageway (Picture: GMP/ SWNS)
The front of the Ferrari 488 supercar was left completely destroyed (Credits: GMP/SWNS)
The Peugeot car suffered serious damage to its left side around the front wheel, passenger door and bonnet and the airbag was set off (Picture: GMP/SWNS)

Officers are appealing for anyone with dash cam footage to come forward in a bid to establish how fast the vehicles were travelling.

A spokesperson for North West Ambulance Service told Metro.co.uk: ‘We weren’t required to attend this incident’.

Greater Manchester Police shared images on its GMP Traffic Twitter page and captioned the post: ‘Two vehicle RTC on Chester Road this morning involving minor injury.

‘We are aware of potential CCTV that may assist our investigation into the circumstances and would ask anyone with footage to email 15246@gmp.police.uk.’

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