Wales has been experiencing a major black ice problem, which led to the crash of an expensive Ferrari 458 Spider.
According to British media, quoting local authorities, the white Italian exotic was traveling on a road in Cardiff, a few days ago, at around 7.20 am, when the "very icy" conditions made the woman who was behind the wheel lose control.
The supercar stopped into a pillar and, as the image reveals, extensive damage was made to the vehicle's front fascia and side, but it looks repairable and it seems that its mid-mounted 4.5-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine remains intact.
Since the Llandennis Ave road remained covered in black ice, a second car, a Vauxhall Insignia this time, was involved in a separate crash, just minutes later. Happily, the drivers of both vehicles were not injured.
Image via CardiffTips (Twitter)
An expensive crash on llandennis ave. it's icy out there @WalesOnline @ILovesTheDiff @cardiffonline @BBCWalesNews pic.twitter.com/ouwg6teyI3— Cardiff Tips (@CardiffTips) January 15, 2016