Dwayne Johnson struggled to fit in the all-electric Porsche Taycan for his 2021 movie Red Notice

Dwayne Johnson is one of the most bankable Hollywood stars with a slew of blockbuster movies under his name. Referred to as 'The Rock' by fans due to his illustrious career in WWE wrestling, he is an integral part of the money-spinning Fast and Furious franchise. With the Hollywood industry getting back to feet after a torrid year of COVID-19 outbreak, he was spotted shooting for the comedy flick Red Notice. The movie stars some of the biggest names like Wonder Woman starrer Gal Gadot and Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds alongside him. Dwayne posted a hilarious snapshot of him struggling to fit into the Porsche Taycan on his Instagram account. The reason attributed to Rock’s struggles is that he had ’ bit too wide’ back. 

'The Rock' had to hop in the stunning car as it was a part of a high-octane chase sequence. His imposing 6 feet 5 inches (196 centimetres) muscular frame made him uncomfortable entering the cockpit of the supercar and posed a new problem to the production unit. The director and the film crew improvised on the spot and found a good angle to complete the much important shot. The heavy-budget movie was earlier scheduled for 2020 launch, it will come out in 2021 summer expectedly. 

The premium electric vehicle price starts at a whopping $103,000 in America. First unveiled as a concept model at 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, the production model was showcased at the same motor show in 2019. The EV became available for the American buyers in 2020 with over 4800 units already sold till now. This is the first all-electric model launched by the German luxury giant. Powered by twin Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors, the Porsche Taycan belts out majestic 751 bhp of power output. It can reach a top speed of 260 kmph and can go from 0-100 in just 2.8 seconds. 

This isn’t the first time Dwayne had trouble fitting in a car, he spoke about his struggles with Ferrari LaFerrari and a GTA Spano while shooting for the TV show “Ballers” in 2015. 

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