A security camera captured the moment that a $ 625,000 Ferrari SF90 supercar slammed into a row of parked cars in the U.K. la settimana scorsa.
The red coupe can be seen running into a white compact and pushing it into two cars parked behind it on a two lane road in the Birmingham suburb of Halesowen.
The driver of the Ferrari was injured and had to climb out of the window of the vehicle, but the parked cars were unoccupied at the time of the collision.
The Fire and Rescue team responding to the wreck reported that the driver had left the scene, and police were still looking to track them down a day later.
tuttavia, un West Midlands Police spokesman told Fox News Autos that he has since been identified and that investigators are in contact with his lawyer.
The cause of the accident has not yet been determined. The SF90 straddle is the most powerful Ferrari ever made and features a plug-in hybrid powertrain rated at 986 hp.
It has a top speed of 211 mph and is capable of accelerating to 60 mph in 2.0 secondi, according to a Car and Driver test.
The SF90 also has a 7.9 kilowatt-hour battery pack that provides up to 9 miles of all-electric driving, which is enough to qualify for a $ 3,501 federal tax credit in the U.S.