As Fast & Furious 7 topped the Chinese box office, it caused quite a stir among supercar owners in real life.
Around 11 p.m. April 28, 2015, a car accident involving a red Ferrari happened near the Hu-Min Elevated Road at the outer Middle Ring in Shanghai when the road was extremely wet as a result of the heavy rain. The car was heavily damaged in the accident, fortunately causing no casualties. As the flagship hypercar launched by Ferrari, there are only 499 LaFerrari (also known as the F70, and by its project name, F150) in the world. This is the first time LaFerrari has been found in an accident in Asia. Internet users estimated that the maintenance costs for the car might be up to 10 million yuan. The supercar costs 22.50 million yuan, setting a record price for the single-vehicle accident in China.