- Photo credits Trevor Bauer Twitter account

That truck wheel really didn't like that McLaren 650S

You certainly had a better chance of winning the lottery than deserving this!

1y ago

Many of us dream of having a supercar. While this may seem extremely pleasing at first glance, owning such a vehicle also has its drawbacks. Many owners refuse to leave their toys on public streets for fear of finding them damaged or vandalized.

Some like baseball star Trevor Bauer choose the ultimate solution: store their car right in a dealership! Here, protected in an enclosed space and surrounded by brand specialists, the supercar really doesn't risk much. However, the man's peace of mind was shattered when he discovered that his McLaren 650S had been destroyed.

As a result of total coincidence, the tire of a semi-truck travelling on a highway near the dealership crossed the six traffic lanes before destroying the building's window and then landing on the English supercar. Fortunately, no one was hurt because this crazy wheel could even have killed employees there. The car, on the other hand, is heavily damaged.

As a reminder, the McLaren 650S is equipped with a 3.8L V8 producing 641 hp and 678 Nm of torque. All this power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automatic transmission. The 650S does 0 to 62 mph in 2.9 s and the top speed is 207 mph.

Photo credits McLaren

Photo credits McLaren

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Comments (9)

  • Trevor Bauer: I'll leave my car on a dealership so nothing can hurt it.

    18-wheeler truck: whee'l see about that...

      1 year ago
  • Final Destination: Automotive Edition

      1 year ago
  • Alternatively, “That Truck Wheely Didn’t Like That 650s”

      1 year ago
  • unusable=totaled to me. what makes that the outcome? cleaned yes, but repairable

      1 year ago
  • Oof

      1 year ago