Jaguar XJ220 driven by Top Gear's Freddie Flintoff wrecked in appalling crash

    WARNING: This article contains images that might ruin your day

    6d ago


    Another day, another exotic supercar has been destroyed. The supercar in question though is rather special because it is a Jaguar XJ220. This event is even more saddening because this XJ220 was one of the three supercars Top Gear hosts Chris Harris, Paddy McGuinness, and Freddie Flintoff drove.

    Flintoff drove the Jaguar and hit 200mph with it. Now though it has been destroyed due to an accident which saw the car crashing into some trees. By looking at the images we can see that the front has been wrecked completely. Even the wheel on the driver's side has been detached. Thankfully no one was harmed in this horrific accident.

    Simon Browse via Twitter

    Simon Browse via Twitter

    Powered by a twin-turbo V6 producing 542 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque, this XJ220 is owned by specialist Don Law Racing. This is one of just 28 XJ220s in the UK.

    This XJ220 has become famous since being featured on Top Gear and will reside in the hearts of many petrolheads forever. *SOB*

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    Comments (13)

    • Oh god not an XJ220... well I think it could still be saved, the rear looks fine. Yeah, I’m just gonna think that and not consider the idea of a dead XJ220

        6 days ago
      • Well, it borrows a lot of parts from other much more common Jaguars and other rover group ca

          6 days ago
    • Poor car!

        6 days ago
    • The owner of this XJ220 also made/owned/had something to do with the XJ220 powered van that scared the bejesus out of Hammond a while back.

        6 days ago
    • So sad! I hope they can repair it! Reposted to Binned it like Hammond

        6 days ago
    • Good lord...

        6 days ago


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