At least one of these Audis, namely the one that has stripped of its rear bumper for the sake of the show, packs a twin-turbo setup, so we're talking about the potential of developing insane speeds here.
However, such an asset doesn't seem to be enough for certain supercar owners who want to show off. You see, the fooling around moves present in this clip are nothing but the latest manifestation of a trend we've been discussing for a while now.
This involves drivers for whom image is the most important aspect of a machine. These people go for retired supercars, which can be acquired without having to sell a kidney, and then turn to the aftermarket world.
So far, there's nothing wrong with such a path, as it ends up guaranteeing a fresh supercar driving experience for well under $100,000. However, the problem is the way in which these cars are tuned and driven.
For instance, one can turn a Nissan GT-R into a time attack monster or a drift car, but can also go for the show-off approach and come up with an RWD Godzilla for no logical reason, parading the supercar through Monaco, for instance.
We've decided to call this the brotuning subculture and while we can't wait to see its popularity dropping, we have a feeling this won't happen too soon.