The 2012 Mosler RaptorGTR is one serious supercar. It boasts 838 horsepower and weighs just 2,580 pounds. How does an exotic racer manage to weigh so little when it's packing a twin-turbo, 7.0-liter engine? Extensive use of carbon fiber is the key, and the payoff is a 0-60 time of only 2.6 seconds. If that's not quick enough for you, for another $70,000, the RaptorGTR can be upgraded to produce a neck-snapping 1,212 horsepower.

Those are some serious stats, but it gets bizarre from here. The RaptorGTR is featured in a new music video with an artist called Abby Cubey, and we're pretty sure it was shot in an alternative universe. It starts off with some very much appreciated beauty shots and a terrific exhaust soundtrack, then Abby starts singing about various automobile/sexual double-entendres – while people breakdance and sing in front of a wall of fire. Then it gets weird. No, this isn't Jersey Shore, but now we think we know what The Situation will be driving next. Hit the jump to check out the head-scratching video.



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      wangoted
      • 3 Years Ago
      If I'd bought that car, then saw the video, I'd take it back for spite. Like when Seinfeld tried to take the sport coat back.
      jigokurei
      • 3 Years Ago
      Someone wrote, "Asian Snookie" nearly blew water from my nose. I first thought Ken Jeong, from Handover Really, How hilarious. I also thought, what Rebecca Black wa not available. Then realized later that the car and this, Ms. Chubby Abs person was somehow financially related. Go Figure. Good luck with that. Perhaps, Ms. Chubby Abs, next time hire a professional performer do the video, along with a good song.
      MONTEGOD7SS
      • 3 Years Ago
      Downpipes be damned. The car is fine, but the Asian Snookie is even less talented than the Italian one.
      sumfoo1
      • 3 Years Ago
      god i hope they sell at least one so they can afford to make a better ad next time.
      tw2b
      • 3 Years Ago
      this has to b some type of joke. No marketing team in thier right mind would allow this to be the hype machine for anything let alone an expensive supercar
      tnsubie
      • 3 Years Ago
      Now that's bad! Awesomely bad!
      jigokurei
      • 3 Years Ago
      OH, yeah -- I did manage to see where it says, at the end of the video, that the song is, "Available on itunes." ??? WHATTT??!!! NOoo Waay!!! Seriously, this is a real song??!! I mean, this performer is for real!!?? Of all things holy and secred in this world, what has our society come to that we now must be burdoned with this too? Oh, Please, make it Stop!! (Not the car, of course)
      Lee
      • 3 Years Ago
      I cringe whenever I see a race car driver standing on top of his machine celebrating a win...but this chick in heels, and then dragging that chain all over the roof? Why do people feel they need to harm these exotics that they no doubt rented out for a video. And all that sand? Air filter must look like a childs sandbox
      SLOTURBO
      • 3 Years Ago
      That’s what you get when give Red Bull and a video camera to some high school kids.
      Gravitron Ex
      • 3 Years Ago
      This has to be some sort of ironic inside joke... fixies beware, hipsters now have a new favorite ride.
      Chris Bynum
      • 3 Years Ago
      She gotta be bangin' someone who works for Mosler.
      poppopeyes
      • 3 Years Ago
      this is crazier than jennifer lopez doing the fiat commercials.
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