Worried that his grandson might fall off from his scooter when he takes him to school, one Chinese grandpa decided to build him a a mini “Lamborghini” instead.
Determined to help his grandson steal the show in safety and style, 55-year-old Guo Liangyun custom built a car based off a rough Lamborghini design. The mini sports cars even have the signature “scissor doors”.
Although lacking in primary education, Guo displayed his exceptional talent in tinkering. The grandpa said that one “Lamborghini” cost him around $720 to make.
According to Shanghaiist, it took three years for Guo to complete the project. He was able to make four electric powered mini sports cars that can run up to the speed of 40 kph (24 mph). Furthermore, each car also has a battery life that can last for around 60 km (37 miles) of driving.
It certainly is a child’s dream come true. However, Guo’s grandson might not be able to fully utilize his grandfather’s gift as Zhengzhou police claimed that it’s illegal to drive it on the streets. The cars also lacked seatbelts, so that’s surely another thing to consider.
While Guo’s grandson might not be able to flaunt his mini “Lamborghini” in school, he surely can boast about his badass DIY car-making master grandpa.