There could hardly be two more disparate machines than a Nissan GT-R and BJ Baldwin's wicked trophy truck. While the supercar from Nissan needs no introduction, Baldwin's rig boasts 850 horsepower and an equally dizzying 34-inches of suspension travel. Monster Energy has taken it upon itself to throw those two together in a new short film that features Baldwin rescuing the female pilot of the GT-R by first jumping both her and her car in his desert bruiser. (Please keep the snickering to yourself until the conclusion of our program.)

The clip features plenty of shots of the truck bashing across the desert, slinging sand on scantily clad models and otherwise having a hell of a time. It's automotive porn of the highest caliber, though it stays safe for work. Click below to enjoy the show for yourself. Our only regret is that there's not enough engine noise to match the otherwise hot action.





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      sundude
      • 1 Year Ago
      Suddenly, Google Image searches for "janey bolina" increased 1000%...
      Dark Gnat
      • 1 Year Ago
      Mighty cool Chevy.
      BipDBo
      • 1 Year Ago
      The trophy truck is definately my favorite wheeled vehicle. I'm putting a ride in one on my bucket list.
      CarNutMike
      • 1 Year Ago
      Just the fact that 850hp, 34" suspension travel trucks exist makes me happy for some reason.
      mumbojumbo
      • 1 Year Ago
      All done with a solid rear axle!!! Makes Mustangs everywhere proud.
      artso06
      • 1 Year Ago
      Monster sure has their target "Bro" market down. Cool truck, fun vid though.
      Alex Butti
      • 1 Year Ago
      Take that Ken Block!
      ilikedags
      • 1 Year Ago
      confession time: trophy trucks give me wood more than almost any other type of vehicle.
      sloturbo
      • 1 Year Ago
      The model in front of the BMW got clobbered by dirt and rocks, which had to hurt.
        MONTEGOD7SS
        • 1 Year Ago
        @sloturbo
        No rocks on the playa, just hard packed alkali soil. Probably still didn't feel too good for dude getting pummeled in the back of the head.
      rkeeeballs
      • 1 Year Ago
      ...That just took the "COOL" factor right off the charts....YeeeHawwww x1000
      Sorten Borten
      • 1 Year Ago
      redneck p*rn
        GR
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Sorten Borten
        Sorten, You seem to not know the difference between a redneck and a bro. This whole Monster energy drink and trophy truck is totally a "bro" thing, not redneck. Basically, rednecks are originally from the south. Stereotypes include hunting, fishing, offroading aka "4 wheel'n", moonshine, wearing camo, etc. Bros are from the southwest and have originated from the Inland Empire of Southern California. Stereotypes include star tattoos, dirt biking, lifted trucks, sunglasses and hats, Fox Racing, Volcom, etc. apparel. Monster, their drivers, and their antics really appeal to Bros, not so much rednecks. They are NOT the same.
          GR
          • 1 Year Ago
          @GR
          I no longer live in the IE, but went to high school with Bros and Bro Ho's. They are to California what rednecks are to Georgia. Just part of the demographic. To me, it seems like many of the skaters from the early 2000's became Bro's.
      Patrick
      • 1 Year Ago
      Much respect to the top drivers of those trophy trucks. It looks like controlled chaos.
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