New images show cars that were untouched by the devastating car park blaze that destroyed around 1,400 vehicles in Liverpool.

The vehicles appear undamaged by the fire but still their owners may never be able to collect them.

Just feet away, cars that didn’t escape the seven-storey blaze were completely destroyed.

Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson said it’s unclear whether any cars can be salvaged.

He said: “We are very much in the hands of advisors really because they will tell us what is safe to be done.

“I don’t even know how many cars there are that are going to be allowed to be salvaged. Some of the flooring has actually buckled and caved in, so how they’re able to be removed without a crane to lift them out, I don’t know.

“Logistically that will be difficult. We’ll take advice and listen to advice."

Just feet away, cars that didn’t escape the seven-storey blaze were completely destroyed. Credit: Liverpool Echo

Liverpool council, which owns the site, said it's unable to make a decision on how the building will be demolished, as structural engineers aren’t currently allowed in.

Drones are already being used by insurance firms to speed up the claims process.

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) have said the blaze is likely to result in claims worth £20m.

A statement by the ABI said: “Payments have already been made to some of the hundreds of people who lost their vehicles in the blaze on New Year’s Eve, with a number of insurers bringing in extra staff to ensure claims are dealt with as swiftly as possible.

“As well as getting the money to replace their vehicles, customers have also been making claims for the value of belongings which were inside them.

“Depending on the cover they had, some people will also be able to get money back for other transport costs.”

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) have said the blaze is likely to result in claims worth £20m. Credit: Liverpool Echo.