The driver of a Ram 1500 TRX defied all odds in a video of the vehicle driving through mud.
Amid rainstorms and floods burning manthe pickup managed to escape the muddy playa.
Burners were urged to take shelter as conditions worsened over the weekend.
conditions at Burning Man 2023 were far from ideal as over 70,000 visitors continue to slowly flee the flooded and muddy grounds.
Traffic information from the weekend warned the Burners, as the attendees are known, not to get stuck in the mud trying to exit the arts festival that has turned into a disaster. While others trudged through ankle-deep Mud at Burning Manthe driver of a Stellantis Ram truck appeared to be driving through the wet terrain of Black Rock City, Nevada.
X user Brendan Cogbill posted a video on Sunday of a yellow Ram 1500 TRX pulling an RV through the mud Arrangement for accommodation on site on the playa. The The Burning Man festival was hit by a rain shower More than 73,000 people were stuck over the weekend.
Although a festival report told Burners that only emergency vehicles would be allowed on the playa, videos emerged of attendees attempting to make their own way out of the soggy conditions. celebrities Diplo and Chris Rock hitchhiked out of Black Rock City with fans.
Cogbill told Insiders he witnessed countless cars get stuck in the mud and “didn’t have any luck getting through” until the TRX came along. He made a video of the ram making its way through the morass.
“Then we saw the TRX line-up and it caught everyone’s attention because in the distance with a big trailer you could just hear the whining of the supercharger and he made it look so easy,” said Cogbill.
The video of the Ram 1500 TRX went viral for demonstrating the vehicle’s ability to successfully navigate the soft mud that left thousands stranded.
in one follow-up post, Cogbill said the truck was being driven by a renter and the owner of the vehicle finds it “crazy” to see the Ram survive such conditions and only need a car wash. Insiders could not verify the driver of the truck.
Each year, burning man attracts over 70,000 visitors including average tech brothers, models and billionaires from Silicon Valley. Google co-founder Sergey Brin was spotted amidst the muddy chaos this year.
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