Alfa MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde Showcased in Precision Driving Feat

Alfa MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde Showcased in Precision Driving Feat

The Italian car is put to the proverbial test as world-famous precision driver Terry Grant attempts to set a world record for bursting the most number of water-filled balloons using a car.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 12 december 2011

Italian automobile company Alfa Romeo has launched a visually-compelling project to promote their top-of-the-line MiTo Quadrifoglio Verde. In “The MiTo Aquabatic Challenge,” Alfa Romeo enlisted the aid of ten-time Guinness World Record holder, precision driver Terry Grant, to set a world record by bursting the most amount of water balloons by a car. Under an unspecified time limit, Grant flattened all but four of about  2,500 balloons filled with water and take the shape of the Alfa Romeo logo.

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