No, this McLaren 720S didn’t go boar hunting, nor did its owner had the curiosity to see how its orange shade reflects leaves, as the supercar actually crashed a few days ago.
There's little to no info surrounding the cause(s) that led to this unfortunate incident, but the McLaren was apparently taking part in the Zoute Grand Prix, in Belgium, according to WreckedExotics, when something went wrong.
At a first glance, it appears that the McLaren 720S' damages are only cosmetic, but there's still a good chance that its underbody could have been affected, so if this is the case, then the owner could be looking at a very steep repair bill. On the plus side, its mid-mounted 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine seems to have been untouched.
Despite being shown for the first time during the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, this is actually the second recorded incident involving a McLaren 720S. The first one took place in Palm Beach, Florida, a few months ago, and it involved a group of angry bikers. Still, that supercar appeared to have escaped with no significant damage.
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