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Minor fender benders rarely make the news, but when it comes to a multi-million dollar Bugatti exotic, things are different. The pictured Chiron, which collided with a Lamborghini Urus on Thursday night, belongs to rapper Bad Bunny, who was in Miami for the opening of his own restaurant.
The incident occurred just outside Gekk, Bad Bunny and David Grutman’s new Japanese-inspired steakhouse. The driver of the white Lamborghini Urus attempted to unpark the vehicle with the assistance of bystanders, but as seen in the video below, this did not go well.
Initially, a man dressed in black was standing between the Urus and the parked Chiron, giving directions to the driver of the SUV and protecting the cars from touching. Moments later, he is gone, and the Lamborghini rear-ends the Bugatti.
Fortunately, the collision occurred at a low speed, similar to a minor fender bender involving a Bugatti Divo in 2021. Still, the cracking sound that elicited the crowd’s reaction could indicate that the vehicles involved have been damaged. The lighting in the videos isn’t great, but Bad Bunny’s Bugatti Chiron appears to have the US-spec rear bumper. The add-on may not look great, but it did its job of protecting the hypercar’s valuable bodywork. Replacement parts for the Chiron’s body panels are notoriously expensive, so this extra protective kit likely saved the insurance company a hefty bill.
In other news, the restaurant’s opening night drew many popular artists such as Future, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, and Timbaland, as well as celebrities such as David and Victoria Beckham.
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