The Rs.2.2 crore supercar was reduced to ashes after the severe impact
Images Courtesy : Parveen Kumar
However, the driver of the car, Mankirat Singh, a resident of Sushant Lok-1, escaped miraculously with burns and injuries on his arms and legs
The Porsche went off the road, reportedly after steering the car sharply to avoid hitting a dog in the middle of the road.
The driver lost the control of the car completely and ended up hitting a tree on the roadside. He managed to get out of the car just before the fire broke out
The Porsche was completely destroyed in the fire, leaving only the rear end of the car intact
It is still unclear if the driver was speeding or not. Police haven't received any complaint from the driver but have recorded his statement
The crashed Porsche 911 Carrera is a 380 hp, 3.0L sportscar whose top speed is around 290 kmph.
Porsche currently has a wide range of 911s on sale in India. The portfolio includes both coupes and convertibles