Warning: Do not try this at your local Macca's drive-through.
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McDonald's in Japan has partnered with Toyota to produce a viral video with a pair of Supras drifting in a closed-off car park.

For two weeks from May 1, McDonald's Happy Sets – Japan's version of Happy Meals – will include a free Toyota Supra toy from Japanese model car maker, Tomica.

As part of the promotion, the fast food giant paired up Japanese drifting legends Nobuteru Taniguchi and Daigo Saito to perform stunts in two highly modified Toyota Supras.

Taniguchi and Saito start their routine in makeshift McDonald's drive-through lanes, before embarking on a spectacular display of tandem drifting around giant hamburgers and French fries.

In one scene, one of the drivers circles his Supra so close to a stand holding a serving of fries, that he is able to reach out and snack on a chip mid-stunt.

Taniguchi is famous for being the first-ever champion of the D1 GP, Japan's professional drifting competition, while Saito has been crowned winner of the D1 GP twice, in 2008 and 2016.

Titled Drift Twins, the two-minute commercial has become a sensation in Japan among kids and automotive enthusiasts, and could see McDonald's introduce the giveaway elsewhere around the world.

Previously, McDonald's Japan has gifted Happy Set customers with toy versions of the Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500, a Mazda CX-5 police car and an Isuzu bus.