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Not so fast and furious! $200,000 McLaren is seen crawling along snowy New York highway

Not so fast and furious! Hilarious moment $200,000 McLaren is seen crawling along a New York highway because of the snow

  • A video posted on Facebook shows a six-figure sports car crawling along a snowy New York highway
  • The orange car, believed to be a modified McLaren 570S which will have set the owner back around $200,000, is filmed almost at a standstill on the road 
  • Other cars pass by and speed off into the distance, leaving the sports car bumbling along behind

It’s almost twenty years since Vin Diesel and Paul Walker made driving fast cars look cool when they took on the roles of Dominic Toretto and Brian O’Conner. 

But it seems it takes more than an expensive set of wheels to really live the Fast and Furious lifestyle. 

A video posted on Facebook shows a six-figure sports car crawling along a snowy New York highway. 

The footage, filmed by someone in a car behind, shows the car struggling at what looks like walking pace. 

A video posted on Facebook shows a sports car crawling along a snowy New York highway (above)

The orange car, believed to be a $200,000 modified McLaren 570S, is filmed almost at a standstill on the road - as other cars appear to effortlessly pass by

The orange car, believed to be a $200,000 modified McLaren 570S, is filmed almost at a standstill on the road – as other cars appear to effortlessly pass by

Other cars speed off into the distance leaving the sports car bumbling along behind

Other cars speed off into the distance leaving the sports car bumbling along behind

The orange car, believed to be a modified McLaren 570S which will have set the owner back around $200,000, is filmed almost at a standstill on the road – as other, ‘less dynamic’ cars appear to effortlessly pass by.  

One car passes and is seen speeding off into the distance, leaving the sports car bumbling along behind.  

The footage made its way onto a Facebook account called NYCE1s.com Sunday after snow fell in New York over the weekend.

‘This has to be one stressful day out on the streets..’ the post said.  

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This has to be one stressful day out on the streets.. #nyce1s #n1s #snowing #mclaren #itssnowing #snowstorm #snowstorms

Posted by NYCE1s.com on Saturday, 18 January 2020

Drivers could be faced with more snail-paced drivers on the roads, as the eastern U.S. faces a storm threat.

AccuWeather reported Friday that ‘the weather pattern seems to be stuck in ‘weekend storm mode,’ and one such potential weather system could take shape and impact the eastern United States in early February’.



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