Porsche 911: Douchebag Driver vs. Wet Cement

Porsche 911 in wet cement 1 photo
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This has to be the coolest cement truck in history. Think about it: you’ve got the engine at the back, so you can keep all that cement up front for an ideal weight distribution and, since Porsche is obsessed with efficiency, you’ll probably get an amazing time before the cement dries out.
The perfect texture is formed by using a second PDK gearbox to mix the ingredients, so all you have to do is arrive at the construction site, hit the “sport” button and let it pour. OK, we’ll cut the phantasy. What you’re actually looking at is a Porsche 911 whose driver somehow managed to navigate the car straight into a lane of fresh cement. It all happened over the weekend in San Francisco, with construction workers desperately trying to get the car out, but, as you can see in the adjacent photo, without too much success.

Via: Jalopnik and Jim Santos
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