This could have gone very, very wrong.
What do you do when you have access to a Lamborghini Urus and too much spare time to kill? You could take it on a top-speed run on a race track or go on an off-road adventure to test its capability. Michael Hyssong, on the other hand, decided to channel his inner Dukes of Hazzard and attempt to jump over a Lamborghini Aventador in his wife's Urus. Obviously, there's a lot at stake here as these expensive exotics are collectively worth around $600,000 and they won't be cheap to repair if anything goes wrong. Clearly, the YouTuber thought it was worth the risk for some shortlived internet fame.
After parking the Aventador between two makeshift dirt ramps in a field, Hyssong nervously activates the SUV's off-road mode that increases the ride height and switches to manual mode "in case something goes wrong with the automatic system."
Despite the risks involved, this was the first time the YouTuber had attempted the jump as he didn't do any tests to make sure the stunt will work.
"I'd be lying if I said I wasn't worried," Hyssong said before attempting the jump. "There's a lot more on the line than a little Toyota. These are expensive to fix so I'm hoping nothing goes wrong." Luckily for Hyssong, the Urus successfully cleared the jump at 30 mph without damaging the SUV or the Aventador, but it could have easily gone very, very wrong with the slightest misjudgment.
After the successful stunt, the team has some fun jumping over the gap in a Subaru Impreza Wagon and a Toyota RAV4. The Urus stunt was more successful than the YouTuber's last car jump.
In a previous video, Hyssong jumped a Ram 1500 TRX over a stream. The truck got massive air and the landing looked rough. Not only did the stunt severely damage his Ram TRX, but the YouTuber is facing 18 criminal charges from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Hyssong says he wants to do more car jump stunts in future videos, so we'll have to wait and he does next.