Mom Test Drives a Ferrari 458 and Hits 200km/h [VIDEO]
May 05, 2014 10:33
Most moms would prefer if you drove slower. But not this mom. Justin from Germany took a trip to Italy and booked a test drive of a Ferrari 458 Italia for his mother.
He explains: "During our trip to Italy, my mom decided to take a Ferrari 458 Italia for a ride around Maranello. Even though she drove some fast cars in the past this was the first time she has driven a Ferrari. I think she did quite well. As you can see she hit a topspeed of about 200 km/h on public roads!"
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