A 16-Year-Old Filmmaker Shot Supercars to Inspire You to Be Great

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You’ve heard it before on countless occasions. You need to work hard to get where you want, but once you reach that point, you shouldn’t be ashamed of your success. If that outcome implies owning supercars such as the McLaren P1, then people should see it as an inspiring lifestyle, they ought not to judge it.
That’s the message Sam Sutterlin, a 16-year-old filmmaker, is trying to spread out with a documentary called “Living a Lifestyle”. According to the Supercar Kids, he aimed at young people like himself to inspire them to work hard and achieve their dreams.

Sure, we’ve heard this type of inspirational talk before, and it’s not always convincing, to be honest. However, the idea of celebrating the good being of others through their cars is one way to do it and catch some attention. The film tells the tale of three men who have each achieved significant success despite coming from diversely differing backgrounds. Here’s how the young artist describes his creation.

Living A Lifestyle provides 50 minutes of entertainment and inspiration for all audiences, leaving the viewer feeling energized and motivated to achieve their own success having seen it is possible from any background.”

Now, since he mentioned the McLaren P1, we figured we may as well try checking the supercar’s features once more to see if the motivational thing actually works.

Take the power output, for instance. The twin turbos boost the petrol motor at 2.4 bar to deliver 737 horsepower and 531 lb-ft (719 Nm) of torque. Combine that output with an in-house developed electric motor producing another 178 hp and 192 lb-ft (260 Nm) of torque and there’s your stunner.

Maybe, you’re rather into numbers. The P1 will go from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds, 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 6.8 seconds, and 0 to 300 km/h (186 mph) in 16.5 seconds.

So here’s our question: do you feel motivated?

P.S.: The documentary is listed as a video on demand, which means you're going to have to pay to watch it

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