Man blames faulty brakes for brand new £200K Porsche test drive crash

Exclusive model involved in five-car pileup just a mile away from dealership

Man blames faulty brakes for brand new £200K Porsche test drive crash

A man was left red-faced after crashing a new £207,000 Porsche 911 GT2 RS just over a mile from the showroom.

The unnamed man was thought to be taking the car, of which there are only 1,000 in the world, for a test drive in Penarth, Wales when he became involved in a five-car pileup.

Witness, Hywel Williams said: “The guy had only just picked it up from Porsche around the corner and he claimed the brakes failed.”

The Porsche suffered serious damage to its front wing and wheels.

South Wales Police confirmed they attended the scene of a five-car road traffic accident in Penarth.

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    Mark Bradbury
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    It took a mile to find out the brakes dont work ?

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    Peter Miles
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    Brake failure or ran out of driving ability?

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    David cant
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    Hmmmmm I think you will find that the accelerator worked alright and he was trying it out without much driving ability.

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