Chinese Man Makes a Working Mini-Lamborghini for $815

Tuesday March 4th, 2014


China is quite good at counterfeiting things, and a Chinese man in his 50s from the city of Zhengzhou in the Henanprovince of China successfully built a mini-Lamborghini for just 5000 Chinese yuan, which is about 815 USD.

The man, surnamed Guo, got the idea to build the Lambo after having to take his grandson to school everyday in a moped.

According to Guo, the car, which features a body made out of stainless steel and is six and half feet long and a little over three feet wide, runs on five internal batteries, and can go up to 37 miles per hour.




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