Watch: Special edition Porsche Panamera involved in slowest crash ever

This video is sure to make you cringe as a Panamera is parked into a wall

1y ago

Parking. It’s one of the best tests of a driver and can reveal just how much control one has over their pride and joy, not to mention one’s special awareness. That being said, modern technology such as parking sensors, rear-view cameras and even automatic parking assist mean most of us can execute a perfect parallel park without breaking a sweat.

For a select few though, all these clever systems aren’t enough to prevent the inevitable as it’s still rather common to see cars covered in scratches and dings. It seems one of these elite human beings has snuck their way into a job at the Porsche museum in Stuttgart. In fact, whilst manoeuvring a special, 10 Years Edition Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, the lucky person slowly nudged into a wall.

The horror of the incident is accentuated by the lack of speed. From the minute we see the car moving, we know exactly where it’s heading. Finally, that crunching sound of carbon fibre and aluminium confirms the worst.

Believe it or not, these amazingly talented drivers aren’t always confined to the relatively safe enclosure of a museum. A lot of the time, you could be parked alongside someone that thinks their large SUV is the same size as a Japanese Kei car. To save you from the horror of finding your car in a sorry state and having nobody’s information, it may be a good idea to setup a dash cam.

With the Christmas period in full swing, you could even get yourself a great model from Amazon.

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Comments (8)

  • My granny could park better than that and she’s been dead for 22 years

      1 year ago
  • Don't worry, that's a love tap

      1 year ago
  • Was that Hammond behind the wheel? And does that mean he’s not coming on then?

      1 year ago
  • How stupid is that guy he didn’t even brake or anything and he had just managed to squeeze between 2 other Porsche’s.

    A dinosaur could park better.

      1 year ago
  • Weirdly funny actually. I'm sure that will be easy to repair

      1 year ago