$2.3 million Pagani Zonda Obliterated - O U C H !

There is only one thing that breaks the news bigger than a multimillionaire and his fancy supercars. A multimillionaire crashing one of them (a $2.3 million dollar one, to be exact) . Stephen Korbach, an investment banker, has earned the title of obliterating the most expensive supercar in history. Thanks to the Zonda’s ultra tough carbon fiber cell, neither Stephen nor his passenger sustained many injuries from the incident (mostly bruising).

The real victim here was the 7.3-liter, V-12, Pagani Zonda Roadster F Clubsport, of which only 25 were built. Stephen was coming out of a construction zone (driving the speed limit, according to sources), gunned the 650 horsepower supercar, was up to 60 mph within a matter of milliseconds, lost control when it hit a pool of water, and hydroplaned into a nearby roadside barrier.

What followed was a massive explosion of 2,300 pounds of twisted carbon fiber, as the Pagani Zonda was forced to a grinding halt. While the vehicle has been written off, according to sources, Stephen is considering rebuilding it. It may prove to be one hell of an expensive overhaul, but it’s not like he could just waltz back to Pagani and pick up a new one.

In addition to the cost of repairs, Stephen will lose his license for three months, and is responsible for replacing the highway barriers he destroyed. Should be no problem for someone with a garage trophy list that includes a Bugatti Veyron, two Lamborghini’s, and a Gemballa Mirage.