The rich second generation drove his father’s 23 million super run for a drive out of control and crashed into scrap
The second generation of the rich American Gage Gillian drove his father’s supercar for a drive on the evening of the 17th. He lost control and crashed into a tree by the roadside. He took a purple supercar worth 3.5 million U.S. dollars (about 23 million yuan). Run into scrap metal. Afterwards, he said that the car could be replaced if it broke down, but his life could not be replaced.
This car accident It happened in Dallas. According to the scene of the incident, the airbag of the sports car was completely ejected, and the entire body was almost torn apart. One door and at least one front wheel fell off. The purple body fragments were also scattered across the road. Gage suffered only minor injuries. .
In hindsight, Ji posted a post on social media, saying:“I want to thank my family, friends, and fans for the message. It means a lot to me”. He also said:”Birds always happen. Thank God for giving me a second chance. A car crash may cause us more serious injuries or even fatalities.”
Gage also released a video explaining the details of the car accident on the 18th. In the video, Gage said that he and his friends drove for a drive at a speed of only 50 kilometers per hour. He noticed the warning of low tire pressure but did not pay attention to it. Then when driving in the middle lane, Gage felt the right rear wheel suddenly It fell off and the sports car started to lose control.
Gage described the moment of the incident:“I lost control and hit the side of the road, then leaped from the ground and hit a tree, and the car door flew away,” he said frankly:”This is the most terrible thing I have ever encountered in my life.” This sports car has 754 horsepower, it only takes about 3 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour, and can reach a top speed of 338 kilometers per hour.
According to him According to a post on social media, Gage’s father just bought this purple supercar in June this year, and has now been hit and completely scrapped. Speaking of his father’s reaction to the incident, Gage said:“He is obviously very angry, but I can’t control everything. The car can be replaced if it breaks, but I can’t replace it.”,
Gage’s father, Tim, is the founder of”Cross Equities”, a private equity firm in Dallas, USA, who owns several high-end sports cars. Gage’s social accounts are full of videos and group photos of his father driving a supercar.