BMW M235i The Epic Driftmob

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

There’s nobody in the game making better car commercials than the folks at BMW, and the new “Epic Driftmob” video shows that the German brand has no intentions of slowing things down either.

After taking the BMW M4 on the Ultimate Racetrack, the brand is back in action to promote their BMW M235i. In this video, five Hollywood stunt drivers took the drivers seat, and lit up the tires for a public spectacle. All 5 red Bimmers can be seen drifting in synchronization on public streets, while bystanders watch in utter amazement (we don’t blame them). The best part is that unlike Ultimate Racetrack video, this is actually real. It took the stunt men a few days of practice before they were ready for show time, and the end product was worth every ounce of effort.

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