- A Nigerian man in Calabar used a G-Wagon pattern to build a car that consumes less fuel for himself
- The man said the car could quickly drive through swampy areas because of how he built it
- Many Nigerians are hoping he gets the needed support to actualise his car-manufacturing dream
A Nigerian man was praised after he fabricated a car resembling the G-Wagon. People gathered around it.
The creative man amazed people when he started the car remotely. He said five litres of fuel could take the car from Calabar to Benin.
Car with G-Wagon pattern
It was also gathered that the car could conveniently carry 10 bags of cement. The man said he decided to build a car when he saw that the government in his state was clamping down on okada (bike) riders.
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The man added he collected the steel for his gear from the trash. He used a G-Wagon pattern to build the car.
Watch his video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Abeg the thing dey use fuel? make I know my stand."
@POP-C BLAQ said:
"This guy need to be promoted."
"Raw talent..Abeg which course wey this man read?"
Deevhine O'Brien said:
"I saw exactly this car yesterday at Akim road Calabar."
Deejay GaGa said:
"Nah generator wea they use remote engine you put inside."
"He should go and partner with Innoson Motors."
"He’s my brother, but village people dey after this guy success. I pray the Government sees him from here."
arab nunny said:
"Chai Where is innoson Motors. nah this kin person he need for his company."
Man builds sportscar
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man without a university degree shared a video of how he worked on a car for five years before he completed it.
The young man revealed that the car was made from renewable materials and its top speed was 30km/hr.
Another man builds Lamborghini replica
Similarly, a young man who fabricated a Lamborghini car for himself showed it off as he refilled his tank with fuel.
Many people found it funny that the tank was close to the passenger and driver seats. After the man, @kalenk_04, had fueled the car in a TikTok video, he drove it at a relatively good speed.