Hurricane Ian takes away a man's brand-new $1 million McLaren
As the Ian hurricane passed over Florida's west coast, a newly brought Mclaren is being swept away.
As the hurricane Ian passed over Florida's west coast, a man's freshly acquired automobile was spotted floating down the street not far from his house.
Over the past 24 hours, Hurricane Ian has wreaked havoc on the south coast of the United States, producing floods and knocking out electricity to 2 million homes. Millions of people fled to other areas of Florida as a result of the hurricane, which brought gusts of 240 km/h to the southwest corner of the state.
Ernie, a Florida resident, posted on the social network that the hurricane completely ruined his McLaren P1. It cost over $1 million when it first went on sale, and he bought it about a week ago.
Near his house, the car was observed being hauled out of the completely submerged garage and drifting down the street.
After that, the McLaren wound up outdoors close to a tree with flood water to the rear deck lid.
On Instagram, he posted videos of Hurricane Ian pummeling his neighborhood, with wild winds and fully flooded roadways.
He presently refers to his vehicle as "my storm supply car" in a caption.
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