This Nissan GT-R cut a 15 meter high tree in the streets of Bucharest this monday. A chainsaw would have been a cheaper way to cut the tree but as you can guess this wasn’t done on purpose.
The speeding Nissan GT-R driving crashed into the back of an older Nissan sedan with 150 km/h on the Boulevard Dimitrie Pompeiu in Romania’s capital Bucharest and lost control of his powerful supercar before clipping the tree.
The other Nissan that used to be a sedan ended up as a hatchback after the crash, luckily no one was hurt in the accident. Police and ambulance appeared on scene soon after the crash.