This is the dramatic moment when a £ 200,000 Lamborghini was destroyed after being hit against a wall after a supercar demonstration in West London.
The gray Lamborghini Huracan Performante, which can reach a top speed of more than 200 miles per hour and reach a speed of 60 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds, got out of control after the event "Supercar Sunday".
Video footage shows the driver turning the engine of the vehicle and then accelerating. However, he loses control as the car turns right in the direction of parked vehicles before turning more than 90 degrees on a sidewalk and banging against a wall and a tree. The super sports car, which is sold for more than 215,000 pounds, was crumpled by smoke.
The wreck was later transported to a recovery vehicle at Victoria Road's scene in Acton.
26-year-old Thomas Melsens, who filmed the crash of his supercars on the Street YouTube channel, said, "It's sad to see such a beautiful car get lost."
The graphic designer from North London added, "The visibility was good, but the road was dusty, so he might lose control. It is lucky that nobody was hurt.
"I can not imagine that they can fix the car."
Another witness who runs the Instagram account London.Carspots said to the driver, "I'm pretty sure he cried when he got out. It was easy to write off. "
The police confirmed that they had been called yesterday at 1.20 am to an event organized by local dealer HR Owen. No one was injured and no arrests were made.
HR Owen spokesman said: "We are concerned about the car's accident on the way home after leaving the event, HR Owen takes security very seriously and takes all possible precautions while the event itself is active Sunday is fully risk-assessed and agreed with the police. "