A garage full of supercars has been destroyed in South Korea.
South Korea’s capital city Seoul was hit hard by Typhoon Hinnamnor this year, leading to widespread flooding and even deaths.
Sobering photos have now emerged of supercars destroyed in the floods, including a $500,000 Lamborghini Aventador, $200,000 Lamborghini Huracan, and a $190,000 McLaren 570S.
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The photos show vehicles in an underground car park, coated in mud as a result of being fully submerged in floodwaters.
Some, including a Porsche, are even covered in trash.
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And because the windows are covered in mud, water also likely got inside, ruining the cars’ interiors too.
If the photos are anything to go by, the garage full of supercars won’t be salvageable.
The images are eerily similar to those that came out of Florida just last week following Hurricane Ian.
The owner of a $1.3 million McLaren P1 shared a photo of the supercar swimming in his flooded garage.
He later posted a photo of the car submerged in water in the middle of the street after the water swept it out of the garage and hundreds of meters down the street.
But in an even more depressing turn, the $1.3 million supercar ended up stranded on top of a toilet seat in the middle of the road.
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The fate of the supercar was even sadder when we learned Ernie had bought it just one week before Hurricane Ian hit.
Ernie didn’t just lose his P1 to the hurricane, his brand new Rolls-Royce also fell victim.
The Rolls-Royce was also swept away in flood waters, ending up on top of another car and surrounded by torn-down branches.