Perhaps you remember the Chevrolet Sonic ad from a few months ago where skateboarder Rob Dyrdek kickflipped the car.
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What you're looking at isn't Photoshopped; it's an actual vehicle shaped like a 2004 Mini Cooper driving atop the water.
A quintessential British roadster has two seats and an optional top, and the latest round of Mini Coopers are taking note.
A team of gymnasts is looking to beat last year's world record by somehow fitting 28 people in a modern Mini Cooper.