Audi do that? This is the crumpled wreckage of Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli's £120,000 supercar.
The £24million signing from Inter Milan was at the wheel of his customised Audi R8 on the way to City's Carrington training ground yesterday morning when it was involved in a collision with a BMW.
Police were called to the scene of the accident on the A56 Chester Road and the Italian was questioned before being picked up in a club Mercedes.
Balotelli is out of today's Premier League clash at Sunderland with a knee injury - not caused by yesterday's accident.
A City spokesman said: "The club can confirm there was an incident this morning near the training ground. Mario crashed his Audi into a BMW but, thankfully, emerged unhurt.
"He was able to train as normal and no police charges have been brought against any party."
Balotelli made an impressive goalscoring debut in City's 1-0 Europa League play-off first leg win in Timisoara but the wheels appear to have come off since then. He needed a scan to ascertain whether he damaged his knee cartilage during that match.
And yesterday's accident has left him without his cherished motor left-hand drive which he had imported from Italy.