In mid-August, South Korea was covered by super typhoon Hinnamnor. The typhoon caused serious damage to Korean cities, including Seoul, where a garage with several supercars and other expensive cars — a pair of Lamborghini, McLaren, Porsche, Bentley, Mercedes-Benz, and others – was underwater. All of them, judging by the photos from the flood site, are not subject to restoration.
Photos of the flooded garage appeared on social networks back in mid-August, and now they have begun to pop up in the media. The sight captured on them is really depressing: all the cars are covered with a thick layer of dirt on the roof, which indicates a complete immersion in the turbid water raised by the typhoon. A large bag of garbage landed on the hood of the Porsche 911.
Among the expensive models stored in the garage are Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, Lamborghini Huracan Spyder, McLaren 570S, Porsche 911, Mercedes-AMG GT, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Bentley Bentayga, Cadillac Escalade, and Genesis G80. Also in the pictures are visible Kia EV6, Kia Carnival, and Jeep Wrangler affected no less.
Apparently, none of the cars can be restored. The water probably flooded the salons as well, although there may be some slightly damaged parts in them that can be saved. Be that as it may, the fate of the drowned cars is not reported. The total price is also unknown, but the most expensive supercar in the garage — the Aventador SVJ — costs more than half a million dollars.
Last week, another hurricane swept through the state of Florida in the USA. Category four hurricane Ian destroyed houses and washed away cars, among which was the McLaren P1 supercar. The owner bought it just a week ago, spending almost a million dollars.