Take a break from the tech at CES with some old-school BMW drifting
It might be all tech and gadgets inside at CES 2018 but we came outside to the BMW booth to do some old school drifting.
What kind of tech do we have in this so that we can drift like bosses?
So the new M5, this 2018 M5 the first time now the M5 has
As four-wheel drive, which is cool for traction.
But some of the purists thought man they're going to take the fun out of it.
But we can change four-wheel drive.
We can go to four-wheel drive sport, which is more rear rised.
Or what I've just done here, we selected two-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive.
So now we can do donuts and have some fun, or we could have the security of a four-wheel drive if we want it.
And traction control's off?
Only one way to do it.
All right, let's go.
Let's do it, drift it, baby.
Spin those tires out, spin those tires out.
I'm so stoked.
[SOUND] [LAUGH] This is amazing, could you believe we get paid for this barely.
I know okay, barely ain't that cool right
[LAUGH] i love it and it's got all wheel drive when you want it and then real wheel drive so you could still have some [LAUGH] now will be a w said a crazy record for the longest drift.
It was so long, in fact, that they had to have two cards, drifting side by side, and refueling at the same time.
That's right, so, we've only got about seven and a half more hours to go, you ready?
They drifted for eight hours.
How can you drift for eight hours, how did you That you even have tires to do that!
[LAUGH] My gosh, okay, now let me drive!
[LAUGH] You know, we're out of time, I gotta go.
No really, listen, man!
I I drift all the time accidentally.
Like I can
My gosh, that's amazing.
I can't wait to get into this empire for real.
Come to the BMW driving school.
We're gonna have these in the suite next year.
You can come anytime but yeah come drive it.
We'll do then
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