- Photo credits Мороз Игорь

Dissatisfied, he drops his Mercedes AMG G63 from 1000 ft. high

Some use the (very) big means

1y ago

Most dissatisfied car owners usually choose to criticize their cars in a strong way, for example by putting up large banners on the bodywork. Some people prefer to make a big splash on social networks. Others simply decide to resell their car.

The Russian owner of a Mercedes AMG G63 opted for a much less ordinary and more spectacular method. All he needed were cables, his car and a...helicopter. The goal was simple: drop the Mercedes once it was perched at an altitude of 1000 feet. It reminds us of an episode of Top Gear where Hammond was racing in a desert against a Volkswagen Beetle.

The whole operation was filmed and later published on YouTube and Instagram. It's understandable when we know that the owner of the vehicle is actually a vlogger specialized in pranks named Igor Moroz. In addition to not liking his car, Moroz had lost a bet with one of his friends. He then promised to destroy his car in an unusual way.

Moroz said that his AMG G63 was a nightmare. The 4x4 broke down every month and often stayed at the dealership. In addition, the dealership did not agree to repair certain defects at its own costs. Of course, Moroz could have simply sold his car at the dealership but that wouldn't have generated as many YouTube and Instagram views...

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Comments (25)

  • That's one Creative way of dealing with car trouble

      1 year ago
  • seriously?

      1 year ago
  • So this is what should have happened in Furious 7 if they didn't used parachute 🤔

      1 year ago
  • prick

      1 year ago
  • Such a waste

      1 year ago
    • Why a waste? That car has cost 60k+ in repairs and looked set to cost 60k more. Mercedes-AMG in recent years have massively slipped up with QC and destruction out of frustration of AMG cars is not as unusual as some may think.

        9 months ago