How To ALMOST Wreck A $1.3 Million Porsche 918 Spyder

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When revving nearly goes horribly wrong.

The 918 Spyder is the most powerful Porsche ever produced. So powerful in fact that even the slightest tap on the gas could potentially send the hypercar flying off like a rocket. That’s because the Spyder is powered by an insane 4.6-liter V8 mated with two electric motors that produce a whopping 887 horsepower and 944 lb-ft of torque. Obviously driving such an incredibly powerful vehicle requires a great deal of care and concentration.

We’ve seen the terrible consequences of underestimating the 918’s power before, when an unfortunate owner got a little too cocky behind the wheel and wrecked his million dollar ride at Nikki Beach in St. Tropez. The 918 driver in this video could have easily ended up in an equally unfortunate situation. Check it out.

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