Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen received the fright of his life this week during a test drive with Audi.
The 23-year-old German shot-stopper was trying out the latest creation from the car manufacturing giants – the RS7 with piloted drive feature.
Ter Stegen was riding shotgun in the vehicle when the driver suddenly took his hands off the wheel – while the car was bombing it at an incredible 200km/h.
The keeper let out a shriek before telling the driver to get his hands back on the wheel, completely unaware that the car was able to steer on its own.
His Nou Camp team-mates Gerard Pique and Sergi Roberto also got to experience the no-hands thrill on the track – but neither of them provided a reaction as entertaining as Ter Stegen’s.
You can check out the test drives in the video below.
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Barcelona continued their formidable form on the pitch during their Champions League clash with Roma on Tuesday night.
The Spanish champions followed up Saturday’s 4-0 mauling of Real Madrid by thrashing Roma 6-1 at the Nou Camp.