The video starts with Mikhail talking to famous Russian leaders Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin, and Vladimir Putin (all played by actors). Letting YouTube’s English-translated subtitles do the trick, we knew that the Russian leaders were giving some advice to Mikhail to live his life as his heart says, not minding what others say.
Then Mikhail enters a Porsche dealership and started looking around, taking a look at every sports car on display. Then, a Porsche Taycan Turbo S catches the vlogger’s attention, which costs around $212,000. Although the price was about $36,000 higher than the base price, let’s not forget that prices vary in different markets.
After spending a little more time getting acquainted and personal with the Taycan Turbo S on the dealership floor, Mikhail went in and strapped his seatbelt. A few seconds later, the Taycan Turbo S accelerated from zero to 60 shards of glass windows, apparently as a result of mixing up the pedals. After the crash, a seemingly dazzled Mikhail went out of the Taycan Turbo S.
A Costly Stunt That Garnered Plenty Of Views
All that transpired may have been part of an elaborate stunt. Backed by a deal with the dealership, Mikhail might have already bought the Porsche Taycan Turbo S before the crash. The Porsche may have taken some damage and the window glasses were totaled, but the YouTube video is already reaching 3.4 million views as of this writing.
Interestingly, months prior, Mikhail did another stunt by setting his Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S on fire. It gained more than 21.6 million views. With his crazy stunts, Mikhail would be a good match with WhistlinDiesel of the United States.