A carpenter in Shenyang city, Liaoning province went and built himself this wooden electric vehicle then “armed” it with some model radars and missiles to make it look ‘real and vivid’.
The mastermind behind the wooden car, Liu Fulong, said he spent nearly four months and 20,000 yuan constructing the thing. It measures 2.5 meters long, 1.3 meters wide and weighs over 350 kilograms. Plus it can run at a maximum speed of 50 kilometers per hour when he’s, you know, making a getaway. Vroom-vroom.
Sure, the concept of an armored vehicle made of wood probably wouldn’t be very useful in military scenarios, even if the missiles were real. It’s about imagination. Probably.
And it’s somehow way cooler than this mahogany Lamborghini.