Reported by Carscoops, the Gryphone was first revealed at 2017’s Geneva Motor Show and commissioned by U.S. car collector Manny Khoshbin. Unfortunately, the car was crashed during pre-delivery tests and Khoshbin was offered a replacement. The crashed car was then repaired and brought back to life by the automaker.
It has since become a test mule for the hypercar brand and according to the Swedish media, this was the car's first public test outing since the first crash 12 months ago.
The car crashed in Trollhattan, near the facilities of electric automaker NEVS. Fortunately, neither the driver or passenger suffered any injuries.