Hyderabad man designs Coronavirus-shaped car to drive home lockdown message

Hyderabad: A local car museum owner K. Sudhakar, known for designing whacky cars, has made a car which looks like the novel coronavirus, in a bid to spread public awareness about the deadly virus. Sudhakar runs a quirky museum called Sudha Cars.

The single-seater car, has a 100 CC engine with the capacity to run about 40-kmph. It has six wheels and a fibre body.

The car in action:

It took 10 days to prepare the model. He plans to donate the car to Hyderabad police to help create awareness about the Covid-19 and make people understand the necessity to stay indoors.

Today we unveiled the coronavirus shaped car. It will go on the roads of Hyderabad to spread awareness and educate the people about the danger of the disease.Hopefully, people will understand and stay indoors and stay safe, added Sudhakar.

In the past, he has made a cage car to spread the message not to cage the birds and a cigarette bike to quit the habit of smoking and also made a condom bike to spread the awareness on AIDS  and also highlighted the message of road safety by making helmet car. Now, he has made a coronavirus-shaped car.

He has also developed cars in the shape of a burger, a bag, a camera, a football, a computer and a stiletto.

Building cars for Sudhakar with a social message is not new. He holds a Guinness World Record for designing the largest tricycle in the World.


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