Would you ride a Porsche Taycan Turbo S, driven by Will Smith?January 22, 2020
For a couple of hours, the famous American actor Will Smith became the driver of the Porsche Taycan Turbo S, on which he “taxed”.
Lyft is a company from San Francisco (California, USA) that allows users of the eponymous service to find drivers using the application who collaborate with Lyft and are ready to take them wherever they need for a moderate fee.
The famous American actor Will Smith is 100% one of the most recognizable representatives of this profession worldwide, so you can imagine how unsuspecting users of the Lyft Railing application were very surprised to see him. Users of the service, ordering a “ride”, could not believe their eyes when, instead of some ordinary … “Solaris” or “Rio”, a German electric Porche Taycan Turbo S sedan came to meet them, driven by actor Will Smith.
One of the coolest actors in the world driving one of the fastest electric cars? You can imagine what a special trip it was.
“The people he picked up had no idea that it was Will Smith who would be their driver today and that he would be driving the most powerful performance of the Porche Taycan electric car. All that they were told when they ordered a car for themselves was that they would experience some kind of new technology. The actor posted a video that captures a genuine reaction to his appearance driving an electric car on his YouTube channel.
Although, frankly, it would be cool, regardless of what machine this talented actor would appear on. Passengers were also provided with a full year of Lyft services for free, which is definitely a very, very nice bonus.
The video itself was created in favor of promoting the new film “Bad Guys Forever”, in which Will Smith plays a major role. This is the third film in the franchise, and it appeared in movie theaters a few days ago; so far, he has received only positive reviews.
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