Apparently, this is the last video about the Fiat Multipla car belonging to that same “Harold hiding the pain”, the famous man-meme Arato Andrash. According to legend, the car was bought by drifter Oliver Amon, who arranged an “Fiat” extreme test drive through the forest before buying, drifted and even rode it along the rally track. Now Multipla has lost its roof and seems to be permanently destroyed. And the tank.
An impressive video from training the drivers of the People’s Liberation Army of China: on Dongfeng trucks and Beijing BJ2020 SUVs, they learn the basics of drifting, the art of reversing and high-speed parallel parking, as well as ways to overcome various obstacles.
Porsche has prepared this video for the Super Bowl – the final match of the American National Football League. In a Hollywood blockbuster-style video, the Taycan is driven by the Porsche 917 K, the 918 Spyder hybrid hypercar, the new 911 GT2 RS and even the 218 Standard diesel tractor.
Camaro all-terrain vehicle
The authors of the YouTube channel Grind Hard Plumbing Co turned a children’s car, made in the style of the Chevrolet Camaro, into a crawler all-terrain vehicle. It is driven by a 40-horsepower engine from the ATV – this is enough to spend time very cool on snowy roads.
It was impossible not to include in our selection one of the most discussed accidents on the Web in recent weeks. On the Monte Carlo Rally, the current WRC champion Ott Tyanak flew off a cliff at a speed of 180 kilometers per hour. The car rolled over several times, breaking a tree along the way, and landed on part of the road, where they were supposed to be in a couple of turns. The crew was not injured, but the car was completely destroyed.
The Guinness Book of Records got the longest road in the world for Hot Wheels toy cars – 663.29 meters. It took the motorist almost three minutes to drive this distance, and his average speed during check-in reached 13.6 kilometers per hour. The previous record for the track length Hot Wheels – almost 592 meters.
In the new season of Top Gear, the presenters did an incredible trick – an automotive version of bungee jumping. The Rover 100 was thrown from a high dam with a man sitting behind the wheel. One of the hosts of the show, Andrew Flintoff, became a volunteer.