A loving grandfather has built his grandson his very own fleet of Lamborghinis from scratch, so that the kid can roll up to school in safety and style.
It took 55-year-old Guo Liangyun three years to slap together the four mini luxury cars. They are electric-powered and can reportedly reach speeds of up to 40 km/h, while having enough battery life to drive for around 60 kilometers.
Guo said he was inspired to make the vehicles after realizing how easy it would be for his little grandson to fall off the back of his scooter. Giving him his own car seemed like a much safer idea.
While he may not have graduated from primary school himself, Guo has always been interested in tinkering. He made the cars out of scrap in his own workshop, costing himself just 5,000 yuan per Lamborghini.
Not bad. Unfortunately, Zhengzhou police have said that the cars aren’t exactly street legal.
While the cars do have the signature Lamborghini “scissor doors” installed, they seem to lack seat belts.
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