Handling a Porsche can be tricky if it’s your first time behind the wheel. But we expect a little more from a dealership that’s driving them around all day.
Unfortunately for the Porsche of Amsterdam dealership in the Netherlands, they seriously misjudged their distance from the edge of the curb and set this Gulf-livery-themed 911 GT3 RS straight into the canal.
Even though the car ended up nose-first in the water, there is a saving grace–the heart of the beast, a 4.0-liter, 500-horsepower flat-six engine sits at the rear of the car.
Damage was minimal, except for the poor mechanic who ended up fired because of the blunder.