He is bound to regret this decision to ask for a ride until he goes to Heaven. A priest asked a driver to give him a lift in his car. Which was not just any car, but a Brabus-tuned Mercedes-AMG G 63.
The priest needed to get to a baptism ceremony on time. Which he did, but he felt his head was spinning. The harder the driver pushed the throttle pedal, the look in the eyes of the priet became more and more terrified.
“Slow down!”, the priest kept asking while sweating uncontrollably. He eventually lit a cigarette, uselessly trying to calm down. Seeing that his request remains without reaction, he asks the driver if he had sanctified the car. He puts his hand on his chest as if his heart is ready to pop out. “Well, you said you were in a hurry, Father”, the driver explains his rush.
“This is Satan’s car”, the man says as he tries to grab the handle in the dashboard of the 4.0-liter V8-powered AMG SUV, that sports 585 horsepower and 850 Newton meters of torque, capable of running from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.5 seconds.
The story is just a scenario set up by rich Romanian young man Bogdan Capușan. A car enthusiast and a pro driver, he owns an 3-million Euro Aston Martin Valkyrie, only produced in 150 units, a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and various Rolls-Royce, Porsche and Mercedes models.