The number of accidents involving expensive high-performance cars has increased in recent times. In Chennai, a young driver of an Audi RS5 sports car was arrested after a massive crash. The police are now investigating if the youngsters were involved in street racing.
The incident happened in Chennai. The red coloured Audi RS5 crashed into a scooter and another car. There were two youngsters inside the vehicle and the vehicle was at a very high speed when the accident happened. It went out of control and first hit a scooter and then another car.
Bystanders who were looking at the accident unfolding in front of their eyes rushed to help the victims. They also grabbed the two youngsters in the Audi RS5 and handed them over to the police.
The cops are currently investigating the matter. They want to find out if the youths were drunk while they are driving the high-end sports car. The police are also checking if they were involved in street racing when the accident happened. The Audi RS5 is powered by a 3.0-litre petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 445 PS and a peak torque of about 600 Nm.
Not made for public roads in India
While the road and highway infrastructure of India is improving, there is still a long way to go before they reach the standards of developed countries. Such high-end sportscars are extremely powerful and even with a plethora of safety features, things can go out of hand.
We have seen many accidents with such powerful cars in public places. Because of the quick acceleration, not-so-experienced drivers can lose control of the vehicle. This is why one should not try to check the full potential of these vehicles on crowded roads or any public road, especially in India.
There are many car meets and events that take place on proper tracks and one can always take their vehicle to test the capabilities. Public roads are unpredictable and any other vehicle or cattle can cause accidents.
In the past, we have seen numerous instances where high-performance cars go out of control causing a crash.
Cops target supercars
Because of such behaviour of supercar owners, the cops become extra vigilant when it comes to expensive supercars. In the past, police have stopped supercars and superbikes from entering expressways to ensure that there is no street racing.
Sports cars and high-performance cars are one of the best and most sought-after vehicles for enthusiasts. However, owners should be extra responsible while driving such powerful machines on the public roads.