- A local popular South African Twitter user recently headed to the app to share a clip of a BMW M4 drifting
- In the clip, the expensive car drifts effortlessly around a Mercedes Benz that is parked in the middle of the street
- Car fanatics absolutely loved the post as they all headed to the comment section to marvel over the M4 and its driver's skills
A local Twitter influencer, @Kulanicool, recently headed online to share a clip of an expensive BMW M4 expertly drifting in a local street. In the clip, the M4 spins around a Mercedes Benz that is parked in the middle of a street.
In the background of the clip, a small crowd that is watching the M4 drift cheer loudly as they witness the driver, who also has a passenger in the car, drift exceptionally well without slipping even a little.
"M4 does it but this guy," Kulani captioned the short clip.
Locals seem to be just as impressed as he was and soon headed to the comment section where they also marvelled over the car and the drifting skills. Read a few of their comments below:
"How does one do this thing vele?"
"That's a big need, the feeling is much closer to buying a new bag and shoes."
"Ahh, this one has been Emalahleni’s finest drifter."
"Will never do that to my M6."
"I love how most brothers are discrediting the driver and saluting the car."
"BMW running circles around Mercedes-Benz as always."
In other news, Briefly.co.za also reported that it isn't every day you see someone driving a R30 million car in Johannesburg streets but one car fanatic did - and he or she managed to get the beautiful beast on camera. In a post that was uploaded by @Motor_Magnet, the caption explains that the Bugatti Veyron was spotted in Rivonia, Johannesburg.
"Your eyes are not deceiving you! After many years of rumours, the elusive black Bugatti Veyron has finally shown itself on public roads! Johannesburg.
"It is a 1/12 Sang Noir edition worth about $2 million and seems to be the one which flew into Zambia last year," the car fanatics page captioned the picture of the expensive Bugatti.
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