“Creed” actor Michael B. Jordan recently found himself in a rather unfortunate situation when he reportedly crashed one of his prized possession – a Ferrari 812 Superfast – in Hollywood. The incident occurred on Dec. 2 at around 11:30 p.m., leaving car enthusiasts and fans curious about the fate of this high-performance — and very expensive — Italian supercar.
The crash occurred near the intersection of Sunset Blvd. and Beachwood Dr. and involved Jordan’s blue Ferrari 812 Superfast colliding with a parked Kia Niro. There were no injuries were reported, and both vehicles suffered damage, TMZ reported.
The Los Angeles Police Department responded to the scene, and reportedly found no evidence of reckless driving and did not to perform a field sobriety test on Jordan. The actor was directed to file a police report online, and as of now, no arrests have been made in connection with the incident, KTLA reported.
In videos and photos of the accident, one can see the severe damage Jordan’s Ferrari sustained. The auto is valued at approximately $375,000, appeared to be the worst for wear, according to The Robb report. The passenger side front fender had significant harm, and the crash completely lost a wheel. Airbags in the two-seater were also deployed due to the impact. Some reports said the car might be a total loss.
The parked Kia Niro, priced significantly lower at around $26,840, sustained severe damage to its rear driver’s side but remained relatively intact. Equipped with a formidable 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V-12 engine generating a whopping 789 horsepower, the Ferrari 812 Superfast certainly lives up to its moniker. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just about 3 seconds, and when pushed to its limits, it can hit a top speed of 212 mph.
So it seems Jordan, whose net worth is estimated at $25 million, might have to go car shopping.
Jordan’s impressive acting career, including his roles in the successful “Creed” franchise and “Black Panther,” has catapulted him to A-list celebrity status.
The “Creed” franchise alone has grossed over $660 million across three installments, according to The Robb Report.