Well, today we have an image of the resultant damage, which on the surface only appears to be a dented wheel. Similar damage also appears on the rear wheel of the corresponding side.
While this is likely to cost a fortune on its own, it is after all the wheels of Ferrari’s flagship, the damaged may not be entirely known just by what’s showing on the outside. As indicated by the video below, CAR Magazine's Jethro Bovingdon was driving the car at some speed when the damage occurred so some of the suspension may also be out of alignment or even more severely damaged.
We’ll keep you updated if more info breaks. Meanwhile, click here to read up on the new Ferrari FF supercar.