The £500,000 Ferrari was totally mangled in the crash (Pictures: SWNS)

This is the unbelievable moment a Ferrari believed to be worth £500,000 slammed into three parked cars.

CCTV footage shows the driver of the SF90 Stradale model – the most powerful Ferrari road car ever – crawling out of the wreckage after the crash.

After appearing from nowhere, it took only second for the Italian supercar to ram head-on into the row of parked vehicles in Halesowen, near Birmingham.

While the driver looks uninjured, the front end of his Ferrari was left a mess, with its shiny red bonnet mangled in the smash.

It is unclear if he lost control of the car but regardless, this is one expensive mistake.

The video also shows at least two of the three vehicles had been severely damaged by the impact.

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Firefighters were called to the head-on crash on Wednesday (Picture: SWNS)

The Ferrari was badly damaged (Picture: SWNS)

Detectives are now investigating the incident that happened at 7.40pm on Wednesday. Officers also confirmed the driver has been identified.

Firefighters rushed to the scene and shared pictures of the expensive Ferrari parts strewn all over the road.

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It is not known how fast the sports car was travelling at the time, but the model goes from zero to 124mph in 6.7 seconds, and has a top speed of 211mph.

A police spokesperson said: ‘We have identified the driver of the vehicle involved and have been in contact with their solicitor.

‘We are continuing to investigate the incident and have already spoken with a number of witnesses as part of those on-going enquiries.’

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