A Lamborghini crashed into a tree in the early hours of Friday (Aug 15) near the National Library on Victoria Street.
This happened in the vicinity of the fatal Ferrari crash two years ago, just 300m away from the 2012 accident that claimed three lives.
According to Lianhe Wanbao, it is believed that the driver lost control and rammed into the tree, destroying the entire front of the luxury sports car.
He escaped with minor injuries.
Police said they got a call about the incident around 12.30am.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said a woman, aged 30, and a man, 44, were in the car.
SCDF sent an ambulance to the scene but the pair declined to be taken to hospital in it.
Police are still investigating the incident.
The other supercar accident that happened in this vicinity two years ago on May 12 claimed three lives and left two injured.
A Ferrari driver had tried to beat the red light and crashed into a taxi and a motorcycle.
The Ferrari’s driver, Mr Ma Chi, 30, died immediately, while cabby Cheng Teck Hock, 52, and his Japanese passenger, Ms Shigemi Ito, 41, a National University of Singapore student, died in hospital.
The motorcyclist and a female passenger in the Ferrari were also injured.