Douche in Porsche 918 Spyder Shows How The Airbags Work

Published August 6, 2015

Obviously it’s unintentional to crash a Porsche 918 Spyder. But if you’re going to crash a hypercar, why not do it in style?

That’s definitely not what the driver here is thinking when he considers breaking traction for the amusement of the throngs of onlookers. No, he was probably thinking more about what kind of attention he would be getting from the blonde in the passenger seat.

But, what the hell, throw up a rock ‘n’ roll hand gesture and give ‘er sh!t.

I can’t really tell what it was that caused the driver to lose control of such a slow speed display of acceleration. I mean, those high performance brakes should have stopped him in a flash. Yeah, there were a few people in the road but he managed to avoid hitting them. Instead, the Porsche rolls into some sort of structure and ‘POOF’ the airbags blow.

Chalk one up for the safety team at Porsche, and be on the lookout for a silver Porsche 918 for sale with an accident history. You don’t want that one.

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Calvin Escobar
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