The Tesla Model 3 has won plenty of fans around the world. If you want your car to stand out, it’s reached a point where you need to do something drastic – like fitting a set of 10-foot tall wheels and driving your car upside down.
That’s what WhistlinDiesel did in the name of science… or YouTube views.
Along with the sizeable wheel swap, the channel drove the car with a wheel clamp attached, attacked the rear seats with a chainsaw, summoned through a closed garage door, and parked a Ferrari F8 underneath it to prove how well the wheels were fitted.
This isn’t the first time the WhistlinDiesel team has converted a modern car to ride on wheels more suited to a horse and cart.
In 2021 the channel put a Dodge Hellcat on cart wheels, creating the Hellbuggy in the process. It’s also battered cars such as the Mercedes-AMG G Wagen and Nissan GT-R in the name of content, but none of its previous videos have tested whether you’re able to drive upside down… until now.