It's been called the ''world's most expensive car crash.'' Auto fans across the world are demanding answers to what caused a pile-up on stretch of Japanese highway that laid waste to a small fortune of luxury automobiles--maybe $4 million worth.
A Japanese newscast showed the aftermath of the wreck that claimed 14 vehicles in all, including 8 ferraris, 3 Mercedes, a Lamborghini, a Skyline, and a Prius that no one cares about.
Reports are that a group of foreign car enthusiasts were heading to Hiroshima from Kyushu when one of the drivers lost control trying to overtake a car on a wet, curved part of China Road in Yamaguchi Prefecture. The Ferrari driver reportedly hit the median and created a reaction that caused the other cars in the lineup to crash.