How reckless is that! A group of thieves got to steal five luxury cars in less than ten minutes, from a dealership in Villa Park, Illinois. They loaded the automobiles onto tow trucks and drove away. But the team that brought the cars back let the AMG GT S drop from quite a height.
A Mercedes-AMG GT S, a Bentley, a Jaguar, a Volvo and a Honda vanished into thin air on Monday night. The Lucky Motors dealership manager Chuck Pickerill stated that the outlaws seemed quite professional, after watching the video captured by the surveillance cameras.
They showed up at the dealership at around 9 p.m. and drove away ten minutes later. Two of the vehicles that featured GPS monitoring were located by 6 a.m. on Tuesday and brought back to the dealership. Unfortunately though, the troubles were far from over. A video broadcast by ABC 7 Chicago shows a tow company trying to unload a Mercedes-AMG GT S in a reckless procedure. The people supervising the unloading must have thought that the platform will slowly lower itself under the weight of the GT S, but it didn’t. So the car dropped from a considerable height with a heartbreaking sound.
Lucky Motors announced that the vehicle in question was a 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S with 10,658 miles on the odometer, priced (before the crash) at $107,990. We’ve got this feeling that the price will drop just like the car did.