Promoting These Two Awesome Cars Could Not Have Gone Any Worse

Crash

We’re pretty sure this wasn’t planned.

Sometimes wehave no idea what automakers are thinking and this happens to be one of thosetimes. To promote its vehicles in South Africa, Mercedes-AMG gathered a groupof AMG GTs and C63s to put on a show for interestedcustomers. Well, it looks likes the brand didn’t do any screening beforeputting the drivers into the vehicle because the show ended up with a GT andC63 being totaled. That’s right, both vehicles were written off after thisaccident, which has to be the worst-case scenario for the show.

From the video,we can see that the driver in the yellow GT had a brain fart and fell behind theplanned stunt. Watch the video below and try not to face palm yourself.

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