A driver of a rental Ford Mustang crashed into a brand new Rolls-Royce Dawn after mistaken an accelerator for a brake pedal.
The thick and heavy Rolls-Royce seems to absorb the crash better; while the Ford Mustang looks as if it crashed into a bulldozer.
The incident happened at the parking lot of a car dealership in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The dealership wrote in a post on its Facebook page that :
“A guy in a rental Mustang hit the gas instead of the brake, lost control and slammed in to a brand new Rolls-Royce,”
“Is anyone surprised it was a Mustang?”
But what really shocked the onlookers was the damage disparity between the two cars.
The US made Ford Mustang, which starts at $45,130, looks as if it crashed into a bulldozer.
The bumper has detached, the bonnet and right-side fender are destroyed, and the headlight is also damaged.
In comparison, the luxury British Rolls-Royce, with a starting price of $350,000, just had a dent in the fender and door. The Dawn seems to have absorbed the crash much better.
We all know Rolls-Royce cars are thick and heavy, but it’s still surprising to see how durable they are.
The more expensive Rolls-Royce Dawn may have suffered less damage, but it will definitely cost more to repair.
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