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BMW 428 continues to speed despite front right wheel emitting white fumes

BMW 428 continues to speed despite front right wheel emitting white fumes



TL;DR - The front wheels of the BMW emits white smoke as the driver continues to speed on the expressway, not cutting any slack for the car. 

Watch this 34-second video of the 428 looking like an ultimate driving machine. 

What happened?

The driver continues to speed on the road despite the front wheels busting in smoke. A smoking hot ride for this BMW. 

An online netizen happened to see this incident in real life and said the BMW also gave off sparks. 

Not sure about you but that sounds extremely dangerous to me. The car seems to be on the verge of catching fire and it doesn’t help that BMW is also notorious for such recalls in the past. 

If you see someone driving a BMW, stay away! 

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