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It could happen to anyone, and like a train crash, it is both horrible, yet you can't look away. This video shows a M4 crashing into a Toyota. The Toyota was in the wrong, running a red light.

In Malaysia, there is a huge tax on luxury vehicles which makes the price tag or damage and repair even greater than you'd think. About three times as much as the US price!

Chip in the M Performance parts noticeable on the car as well as what looks like Carbon Ceramic brakes on the front and we’re probably nearing the $200,000 margin, which is a lot for anyone, no matter if you’re living in Malaysia or the US.
 

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Good thing the BMW M4 was built sturdy. And it's going to cost the Toyota owner an arm and a leg because that M4 was brand new.
Luckily the bicyclist didn't get hit too.
 

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That M4 is totaled, i'll be surprised if they try to bring it back to life because it's going to take a lot of money, more than whats worth putting into it.

At least it looks like the driver of the M4 got out fine.
 

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The car looks done, but it looks like the driver was fine. Do you think that he will get compensated by insurance the full price of the car, or is he kinda screwed?
 

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If it's total loss, insurance should cover the full cost of a new one since the M4 was brand new. Could not have depreciated in such a short span of time.
At least that's how it works in Canada.
 
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