"Fuel Lol": Plate Number of Tesla Electric Car Causes Stir in Lagos, Mocks Fuel-Powered Vehicles
- An interesting plate number of Elon Musk's Tesla car has attracted the attention of Nigerians on social media
- Instead of the normal codes found on plate numbers, what is boldly written on the Tesla's rear is "Fuel Lol"
- Social media users are of the view that the plate number is mocking fuel-powered cars in the city of Lagos
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A plate number of a Tesla electric car that appears to be making a mockery of fuel-powered engines has gone viral on Twitter.
Instead of the normal codes found on traditional number plates, what is seen on the Tesla is "Fuel Lol", which is a clear reference to fuel-powered engines.
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The photo shared on Twitter by @AdeyemiDavid_ quickly went viral and attracted the attention of Nigerians. It trended for a number of hours on the bird platform.
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Many fuel car owners say they felt intimidated by the Tesla car, especially as the photo was captured on the road plied by other vehicles.
Some called it a show-off, saying the Tesla owner wanted to be noticed at all costs.
See the tweet below:
Twitter users react
"If this is not “show off”, I wonder what it is. Because it’s definitely easier getting fuel than charging the car constantly in Nigeria. The cost, the stress shipping it down, the need to prove a point with “FUEL LOL”, the bad roads, all proves that this is “Show off” NOT NEEDED."
"The range rover will be feeling somehow. God abeg."
"You can't steal a Tesla though. It'll be very difficult."
"Lagos too get cruise...the person go be like....make my Tesla just land....na" fuel lol" I go write for the number plate ...money is good."
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