The owner of a brand new Alfa Romeo took it to a car service center, and there the car was turned into a pile of scrap metal.

Alfa Romeo was left in a workshop somewhere in the USA for minor repairs. They made the car, and then decided to test it while driving. It ended in a real car crash.

The owner of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio was hoping to get a working car, but instead he arrived at the police call and saw a pile of metal. Moreover, his crippled car was in the company of similarly wrecked Porsche 911 and Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class.

Alfa Romeo's 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine produces 503 hp, finishing ahead of Porsche and Mercedes-Benz. You don't see this often.

The suspicion that the car mechanic was drunk was not confirmed. He was cut off by a minibus while driving this Alfa.. To avoid a collision, the driver of the repaired Alfa Romeo took a little to the side, but a split second was not enough for him to avoid a collision with a tree.. And then it began.

After takeoff, he landed on the roof of a Porsche 911, almost turning it into a convertible. A Mercedes GLE received slightly less damage, which stopped an Alfa Romeo from moving uncontrollably along the road. True, the GLE managed to push the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat.

The owner of the Giulia, who bought the car just five months ago, was most unlucky. He drove carefully and obeyed traffic rules. The car had a custom exhaust and was recently wrapped in vinyl.

Fortunately, none of the drivers were injured. It is unknown what legal and financial punishment the car mechanic who caused the auto repair will suffer. So far, the workshop is responsible for the accident to the owner of the Alfa Romeo, since it took the vehicle into operation and should have returned it in good condition.