Now This Is How You Make A Grand Entrance In A Hypercar

Gumball 3000

So much awesome.

If there’s one thing that Gumball 3000 drivers know how to do, besides decking out their hypercars, it’s how to make an incredible grand entrance. The video that you are about to see shows one hell of a hot car collection rolling in as a convoy in Las Vegas. Some of the most astounding cars in the lineup include the infamous Deadmau5 P1, the gorgeous blue Koeniggsegg Agera HH driven by Formula 1 champ Lewis Hamilton, a sick Porsche 918 and plenty of other supercars and crazy sports cars.

Those lucky enough to be in attendance in Las Vegas were in for a real treat, especially when DeadMau5 made a super smoky entrance in his P1. Check it out.

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