New Range Rover Sport crashes in south-west London, ends up in front area of a basement flat

Owner of a brand new Range Rover Sport (with just 500 miles on the odometer) somehow lost control of his vehicle last Saturday, took down a fence and then ended up on passengers side in front area of a basement flat in south-west London.

Good news is that the driver was fine and got out easily as the car was on the passengers side. What did get hurt most likely is the owner’s ego, after loosing a brand-new well equipped luxury SUV.

It is not known was anyone at home in this basement flat, but I am sure it must have been a quite scary feeling to hear the crash right next to your apartment and then see a big white SUV laying right there on its side.

The hardest part was probably getting the RRS out of there as it is “parked” there quite tightly with not much room to move it.

via: Metro


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