Van Damage Splits Two Volvo Trucks

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The "Muscles from Brussels" does his most impressive stunt to date.

Volvo Trucks has just come out with, shall we say, a very interesting ad. With the help of Belgium’s favorite and so far only action film star, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Volvo Trucks is anxious to show off how much easier its new FM semi rig is to drive thanks to its advanced Dynamic Steering. How was this done? By having Van Damme perform his signature splits between two moving rigs. This is not CGI. Filmed in Spain on a deserted airfield at sunrise, the video is called "The Epic Split."

The trucks are actually moving in reverse as the Belgium action star calmly holds his position for several seconds. Van Damme impressive.

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