Before you go out and do this to your Porsche 911. Actually, go ahead and do this to your Porsche 911. We’ll wait. Didn’t work did it? Because you can’t modify your Porsche 911 to run the Doom software. If you can do so, please feel free to leave a tutorial in the comments. We’re thoroughly intrigued.
That didn’t stop YouTuber, Vexal, from making a hilarious video on the subject. The video starts as a run-off-the-mill car mod tutorial video, but something about this one was totally off. He prefaces the mod by mentioning how easy it is to do, as you only needed a flash drive, a CD copy of the Doom game, and a Porsche 911. He also warns that though this method may work with any other car, he strongly suggest only doing this to a Porsche 911. The presence of a toaster oven during his presentation also intrigued us. There are SO MANY questions?!
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Once the software was loaded, controlling the character is as simple as driving, gear shifting changes the weapons, while the horn acts as the trigger. What could possibly go wrong?
In reality, since the Porsche 911, or any other car for that matter, has infotainment screens nowadays, it’s not a far stretch to think that someone could actually mod the car’s software to run games. It was back in 1999 when the concept of playing a Gran Turismo, while getting ready for a drag race, was possible as seen in The Fast And The Furious. Regardless, this was a hilarious bit, and we want to see what other satirical mods this guy has up his sleeve.