Things are very different in Russia.
Unless you've been living under a rock over the last few months, you probably know what a fidget spinner is. For those who are still out of the loop, we'll explain. A fidget spinner is a three-pronged (or sometimes two-pronged) spinning device that is centered around a low-friction bearing. They can spin for long periods of time with low resistance and are said to be helpful for children with ADHD. Some people love this craze, and others don't, but obviously the Russians thought that they could take the fidget spinner to the next level by building one out of cars.
We have seen that it's possible to cut a front-wheel-drive car in half without losing its ability to drive. The idea here was to lake three Lada cars and weld them together in a star formation like a fidget spinner.
The idea seems like a failed effort at first, but eventually these Russian madmen were able to get the cars spinning in a circle. We don't exactly get the point of fidget spinners or this car-sized contraption, but it sure does look fun.