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Updated: 2014-12-21 11:48
Spot where the Porsche 918 Spyder crashed into the tree in Shanghai on Dec 19. [Photo/CFP]
Tree into which Porsche crashed attracts onlookers
A tree into which a Porsche 918 Spyder crashed in Shanghai on Dec 18 attracted a lot of attention after two photos of a Porsche car and a handwritten note saying "supercars are not superman, treat them well please" were pasted on it, cfp.cn reported.
The accident left the Porsche, which carries a price tag of more than 13 million yuan ($2.09 million) and is one of the only 918 models available in the world, badly damaged. The vehicle's front tire came off completely and its engine and hood took the full force of the impact.