Published: 08th April 2020
Sudhacars unveils Coronavirus car to create awareness on COVID-19
K Sudhakar who designed the car is known for making whacky cars in different shapes and forms. The newly designed car is based on the shape of the Coronavirus itself
Hyderabad-based Sudhacars museum has unveiled the 'Coronavirus car' at Bahadurpura in the city on Wednesday for spreading awareness about COVID-19. Speaking on the occasion, K Sudhakar who designed the car and is known for making whacky cars in different shapes and forms said, "I have designed the car in the shape of the virus to convey a message to the public to not come out of their house and stay safe and maintain social distancing."
It took 10 days to make the 100cc engine single-seater car. According to Sudhakar, the car can travel up to a speed of 40 kmph. The entire car body has been built with fibre and has six wheels. Sudhakar, who also designed the world's smallest double-decker, in addition to the numerous bicycles, said "I am ready to donate the car if the police department and other government agencies want it to create awareness about COVID-19." Earlier, Sudhakar has also designed cars in the shape of a handbag, shoe, helmet, camera, toilet, condom, barger, football and many other models that have been displayed at his famous Sudhacars museum situated near Zook park.