The driver, however, walked away from the crash almost unharmed.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said an ambulance arrived at the scene at 7.18am to find the man standing outside his car.
An SCDF spokesman said he had cuts on his arms and forehead.
When The Sunday Times visited the Lim Chai Meng, 36, at the Singapore General Hospital on Saturday, he did not seem seriously hurt.
He was in a room watching TV. He said he was "fine and resting" and declined to say more. - The Straits Times/ Asia New NetworkOther information - Local netizens are wondering if it was a rented prancing horse or his own, it’s becoming a trend to rent a supercar for about 2-4 thousand a day or a weekend in the Asian country. Based on the plates its about a couple months old. The road he was on is not at all dangerous or with blind spots or hard corners. The time he was on it too would not have much vehicles on it nor is Singapore known for bad visibility.