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He drops his Mercedes G-Class from a helicopter!

The G-Class is renowned for being robust. But in what state will it end up when dropped several hundred meters above the ground from a Russian helicopter?

Russians have their own unique outlook on life. They like to test things that no one has done before, and maybe for good reason. After some eccentric creations to say the least, it’s time to talk about equally improbable destruction. One fine morning, a local YouTuber woke up wondering how tough the Mercedes G-Class was. What better way to verify it than to let it crash from a helicopter? No ?

Find a G-Class and a helicopter

First, you have to find a G-Class. That’s good, he had one on hand! Remember that the prices of such a new vehicle start at 111,952 € … But it’s not enough to have this car, you still need enough to bring it into the air! The G-Class weighs over 2.5 t. No problem for the Youtubeur who found an Mi-8 helicopter over 18 m long and nearly 7 tons that can climb to an altitude of 4,500m to let go of his Mercedes.

A real automotive crepe

The least we can say is that the result is not a pretty sight. Nothing remains of the car which crashed with a crash into the snow. It’s almost impossible to say it’s a Mercedes, let alone a G-Class. We’re closer to the automotive crepe than anything else. But why do such a thing? We really have no idea … Still, it seems to please since the video has been viewed nearly 1,500,000 times on YouTube!

Check out the video of this poor G-Class below:

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