Supercars and luxury SUVs worth $2.5 million were victims of flooding in the U.S.

Supercars and luxury SUVs worth $2.5 million were victims of flooding in the U.S. 1

In American Miami, an underground garage with a collection of exotic cars was flooded during a flood. About a dozen supercars and luxury SUVs became drowned. A video with the consequences of the disaster was published on the Florida_corvette_owners page on Instagram.

Supercars and luxury SUVs worth $2.5 million were victims of flooding in the U.S. 3
Water from the underground garage had to be pumped out by pumps

The total cost of cars in the garage is at least $2.5 million: expensive limited-edition supercars Ferrari SF90 Stradale and Mercedes-AMG GT R Black Series, a pair of luxury SUVs Rolls-Royce Cullinan, a new coupe Ferrari Roma. Also Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray, Ferrari 360 Spider, and the rarest Plymouth Prowler roadster.

The water from the garage had already been pumped out, but judging by the tracks on the cars, its level was quite high. Now, all drowned cars need complex and expensive repairs.

Florida and a number of other American states are now experiencing the impact of the elements. Hurricanes “Agatha” and “Sally” brought heavy downpours, which caused record floods. 26 people have already been killed, and more than half a million Americans have been left without electricity.