From the sheer number of supercars rolling around on London's crowded streets, it was only a matter of time before something bad happened, and it did on Sunday, fortunately, without any human victims, when a matte-black Lamborghini Aventador LP640-4 hit a Mazda and a parked BMW 3-Series E46 on Sloane Street in Knightsbridge.
Paul Wallace of Supercarsoflondon received video footage from cyclist RichnWilliams, who was behind the Lamborghini just before the accident happened. "The Lamborgini Aventador was apparently racing a Maserati before smashing into a car pulling out of junction. The damage is pretty bad on all cars involved," he said.
We still haven't confirmed the presence of the Maserati, though.
The owner of the stationary BMW was art consultant Lila Afshar. According to the Daily Mail, she told London Evening Standard: "We showed up about three hours after the incident and there was a letter on the windshield. The Lamborghini was being towed away and the owner came up and explained what had happened. He was really apologetic about it."
While we haven't discovered footage of the accident shot at the moment it happened, with so many people on the street, there's a good possibility that someone filmed it – if you find it, you know where to send it…