One of the first tricks marketing minds use when advertising cars is to surround them with beautiful women. It's an age-old ploy, and it's not likely to stop any time soon... because it works, apparently.

Classical music performed by a symphony orchestra, on the other hand, isn't the typical soundtrack you'd expect to see in a video about cars. Perhaps surprisingly, the pairing actually works rather well, as you'll see in this latest video.

Titled Mechanical Synfonica, German producer Alexander Sperr and filmmaker Daniel Michaelis combine fast cars with beautiful women and dramatic music, and then wrap the whole shebang up with a chase through Italy's Stelvio Pass – one of the best driving roads in the world.

Have a look for yourself after the break, it's well worth your five minutes.


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      • 3 Years Ago
      Had potential...Then I realized I started writing in the comments before it was even half done. Yawn
      • 3 Years Ago
      the editing, camera work (they both didn't flow well with the music) etc were off and not that good, but to cap it all off the cliche girls getting out of the car at the end standing their like poorly acted boards was for what reason? Good effort though and that shouldn't be dismissed.
      • 3 Years Ago
      awesome video. fyi, that's not an m3 but rather a 335i...
      • 3 Years Ago
      I'm saying this, not out of some neanderthal women can't drive well thinking, but because women can't drive well IN THOSE HEELS. I already knew it would be a bunch of "Fast & Furious" style brainless-mods, but this went well beyond my ability to suspend disbelief. Clearly edited to look like those models did the driving when they obviously did not. Honestly a D-. Only the lightly modified RS-5 gives it a passing score. And yes, every time some asshat puts doors like that on a Bimmer an E30 drives itself off a cliff.
      • 3 Years Ago
      • 3 Years Ago
      Just love that S5's exhaust note.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Pretty spastic editing. Wish this trend would stop.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Fcuking boring....
      • 3 Years Ago
        • 3 Years Ago
      Alexandre Tabajara
      • 3 Years Ago it finished yet?
      • 3 Years Ago
      Reiger, you're good at tuning cars, especially Audis and Lamborghinis. But you screwed that M3 up royally. The body kit looks horrid and the Lambo doors don't need to be on there. As said many times before by so many other people... Lambo doors only belong on Lamborghini's halo car.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Fake RS5... and the horribly styled 3 Series... Pretty lame.
        • 3 Years Ago
        That was a real RS5. It's a Reiger tuned RS5.
          • 3 Years Ago
          Nope - It's not a real RS5... For one, the RS5 only comes with a 7-spd S-tronic, and the car in the vid has a gated-shift 6-speed. Also, if you look carefully at the video around the 1:30 mark, you'll see the gauge cluster and the tachometer with the 'S5' emblem... So Rieger-tuned, yes... RS5, nope.
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