The Felicity Ace is so full of wonder for all the wrong reasons.
The massive cargo ship that sunk in the Atlantic Ocean over a month ago brought up plenty of interesting topics. Topics such as carrying electric vehicles on ships, or whether Lamborghini would restart Aventador production for those lost at sea. (Spoiler alert: looks like they have).
But one thing everyone wants to know is what cars were on the ship before it went down.
Well, now we know. And boy-o-boy, some of these might make your heart crack a little knowing they are now just one expensive aquarium.
So, here you go:
• Five Volkswagen ID.4s. These are marked as “test” vehicles.
• One Volkswagen Taigo (an SUV-coupe alternative).
• 83 Volkswagen Golfs.
• 50 Audi Q3s.
• Three Audi A4 Cabrios.
• 44 Audi A5 Sportbacks.
• 10 Audi A5 Coupes.
• 34 Audi E-Trons (insert fire emoji here). There were also an additional nine E-Tron Sportbacks.
Porsche don’t list actual car makes. Instead, they are named under what factory they are from.
• 126 Porsche Bratislava’s. Porsche builds its Cayenne here.
• 25 Porsche Zuffenhausens, which are likely Taycans.
• 23 different Porche Zuffenhausens, which are likely 911s.
• 19 Porsche Leipzigs. They build the Macans and Panameras there.
• Three Bentley Continental Flying Spurs.
• Six Bentley Continental GTs.
• 12 Bentley Continental GTCs (the convertible version of the GT).
• 12 Bentley Bentaygas.
• Five Lamborghini Huracans.
• Six Lamborghini Aventadors.
• 10 Lamborghini Urus’.
There were also a handful of one-off vehicles onboard, including:
• One 2015 Ford Mustang.
• One 2014 Kia Soul.
• One 2018 Nissan Versa Note.
• One 2017 Volkswagen Jetta.
• One 2007 BMW 750I.
• One 1996 Honda Prelude, which according to Jalopnik is the 65th Prelude SiR ever built.
Also onboard was industrial equipment, including a mower, two borehole drills and a whole heap of used tractors.