This drift car is made of two BMWs welded together
Two engines, two steering wheels, two shifters, how hard can it be?
The online drifting community is known for coming up with some pretty crazy stuff, ranging from giant rear wings, and even some dual-engine cars. However, with this latest trick they seem to have outdone themselves.
The German YouTuber Candy Machine has decided that the best course of action was two weld two cars together to form one hell of a drifting machine. They started off by taking two of the most beat up e46 BMWs in the world and proceed to weld the two together. The two cars, one left hand drive, and the other right hand drive together formed a 12-cylinder, 12-gear, 10-passenger drifting machine.
The two drivers showed some pretty remarkable driving skills as they shift and steer simultaneously, in an effort to reign in a collective 700 horsepower coming from two straight-six engines. However, once they got it just right the 2x BMW drift car turned into an utter tire-shredding missile, and as if you can't tell from the driver's faces it sure looks like a lot of fun.
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