Original commercial here: https://youtu.be/Da8UWU2FkEc
This "first ever" something-or-other vanity car STARTS at $133,000. So if you play a professional sport- and aren't making your league minimum- you might be able to buy one of these. If you want to let people know you have the money to buy one of these.
You still won't be able to go "zero to sixty in 2.5 awe-inspiring seconds" unless you rent a race track and are willing to risk your six-figure car testing out the honesty of the commercial that hooked you into buying this shiny ego grip. And as near as I can tell, all the regular traffic laws apply so forget about driving 70 MPH through busy city streets just because you saw Anthony Rizzo or some other pro Orb Ball Participant doing it in an ad.
I seriously wonder who these commercials are really aimed at. Are there really a lot of people watching the Bucs-Saints game who have over a hundred thousand dollars burning a hole in their pockets who don't ALREADY own a BMW or Lexus or Audi, or are always on the market for another car even if they do?
Meanwhile, I'm trying to find someone to install a dashboard-mounted SiriusXM radio in my 2010 Honda Accord. I live in a totally different world than these people. But I knew that already.