- The driver of the Toyota Hilux took his pique to great depth and miraculously managed not to stumble while driving in a deep river
- Footage of the film Al-Baqi wading in the water spread on social media, with many users praising the Japanese vehicle
- The driver has installed a breathing tube in the pulley, which means that the engine has cool, clean, unpolluted air sent to it through the breathing tube and prevents it from clogging with water and mud
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The Toyota Hilux driver has become an off-road champion after footage of him emerging from a river in tears went viral on social media.
The white Hilux’s hood was completely submerged and all seemed lost as the driver headed toward dry land, but then disaster struck as the Hilux seemed to stumble.
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Fortunately, the Hilux is fitted with a snorkel which means no water can enter the engine compartment and grab the Bucky. The snorkel also provides direct access to the bakkie for clean, cool air so the engine can run optimally, OffRoadAussie reports.
After about a minute into the clip, the wheels of the Hilux start to slip and the driver applies a lot of the accelerator pedal which increases the wheel spin. Back off the throttle, reverse a bit to find and grab his wheels, which is the right way to drive when you’re in the water, access alive reports.
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The driver is a calm and calm person, although the Hilux struggles to find thrust in the muddy waters, it simply reverses and then gains momentum to get out with energy. You may notice that he is pulling a trailer while all the action is happening.
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Watch the video below and see some of the best reactions on social media:
There are rare Lamborghini and Porsche cars at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean
Remember the Felicity Ace freighter carrying Volkswagen Group cars, including Lamborghinis, Porsches and Bentleys, which caught fire off the coast of Portugal? Well, a full list of all 3,828 vehicles bound for the US has been released, according to brief news reports.
Arguably the most famous were the many destroyed Lamborghini Aventador Ultimaes, but there were also special vehicles on board. More than 1,000 Porsches were also waiting, and just under 2,000 Audis.
The total breakdown is 1,117 Porsche, 561 Volkswagen, 1944 Audi, 189 Bentley and 85 Lamborghini.
Source: in a nutshell