We Can’t Stop Watching These Simulations Of Cars Getting Obliterated By 100 Consecutive Speed Bumps

Clear your schedule for at least the next hour, because once you start watching this awesome – and totally random – BeamNG Drive footage you won’t want to stop.

 

 

BeamNG is a realistic driving simulator, but users mainly use it for one specific (and very good) purpose: destroying cars as creatively and as completely as possible. A more recent entry in the genre: putting 100 consecutive speed bumps in front of a speeding car.

 

More than 100 speed bumps are placed close together in a straight line. A wide selection of cars then drives at them at high speed

 

DestructionNation posted the series of videos where they drive virtual vehicles over 100 consecutive speed bumps at high speeds in the simulation video game, BeamNG.drive. They slow down the footage as semi trucks, Jeeps, sports cars, and junkers explode into pieces after being slammed across the speed bumps.

 

We Can't Stop Watching These Simulations Of Cars Getting Obliterated By 100 Consecutive Speed Bumps

 

More than 100 speed bumps are placed close together in a straight line. A wide selection of cars then drives at them at high speed, and the rest, well, you don’t need much imagination to picture the epic destruction that follows. With BeamNG’s awesome physics and damage, it’s spectacular.

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