Leave this kind of thing on the PlayStation.
There are few things as scary or as saddening as a car crash, especially when the car in question is an enthusiast vehicle. Recently, we saw a Ferrari 458 flip in a crazy track day crash. That was followed by a story of a man who crashed an Integra Type R he was about to sell, and we've even seen an exotic car pileup. All of these crashes are sad to watch, but luckily, none of them resulted in any serious injuries. The story that we bring you today is also without any loss of life or serious injury, but in this case, the moron showing off didn't even crash his own car.
As you can see from the caption on the Reddit video above, what happened, in this case, was a serious incidence of one's confidence outweighing their ability. The cocky driver in a brand new Toyota GR Supra allowed the urge to show off to take over, and he attempts to powerslide the car into a side road off the main path that he was on. He came in way too hot and carried far too much speed, which results in the car rotating but losing all grip. As a result, the Supra slams into the curb and the car's momentum carries it onto the sidewalk.
We don't get to see the passenger side of the vehicle where the impact took place, but it's probably safe to assume that the wheels and suspension on that side of the car are reduced to scrap metal. The impact was hard enough to trigger all of the airbags in the car, and considering the height that the impact caused the car to achieve, we wouldn't be surprised if the entire car's suspension system is a loss, not to mention other parts like the oil pan, motor mounts, and undercarriage that are all surely in less than pristine condition too.
Worst of all, the wannabe stunt driver behind the wheel was claiming it was his car when it turned out to be a loan car from a dealership. If you're gonna behave like an imbecile on the road, rather do it in the virtual world.