Video: Porsche 911 and Porsche Cayenne caught snow drifting

There are so many things you can do when temperatures drop below zero and snow starts to fall. The list is endless, right?

But if you have a deserted street and a car like a Porsche 911 and a Porsche Cayenne at your disposal, you’re imaginations bound to get the best of you. That’s exactly what these two men found themselves in, so they did what thrill-seeking, Porsche-owning guys would do, given the situation.

They performed a snow drift.

Now, normally, activities involving snow usually include making snow angels, or starting snow ball fights, but snow drifting? Not a lot of people have the hardware to pull off something like snow drifting so we give kudos to these two guys who gave us the treat of watching them do it, in their Porsches, no less.

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Source: Vimeo

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4 comments:

  (765) posted on 02.9.2010

The Cayenne makes a pretty neat donut. Better than the 911 should I say. It’s ok as long as they are not in a highway or a place where there are houses and kids. It’s their cars anyways.

  (859) posted on 01.10.2010

are they bored in life? LOL well nice snow drifting. it was an entertaining one. good thing that they both know how to do a donut drift.

  (780) posted on 12.27.2009

Maybe they did that "not so hard" drifting but the point that it’s seldom to see that kind of car tripping, yeah I can take that. Props on that video.

  (1) posted on 12.27.2009

I don’t understand what’s so great about these two videos. They aren’t even drifting most of the time the are just doing doughnuts. Are they special because they are Porsche’s? because as far as super cars go these two are pretty average

"Not a lot of people have the hardware to pull off something like snow drifting"
Really? anyone with a vehicle with rear wheel drive can very easily do this too its really not that hard.

Sorry for the rant but i come here to get good information or see awesome videos (like the WRX pulling the semi out of the snow) not to see something as average as this

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