A one-year study of Vietnamese youth who built their own Bugatti out of clay mud… 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/LSvvelI2sc
— fgnszgn (@_figensezgin) May 6, 2022
A viral Twitter video, that garnered 10 million views in three days, shows a group of friends in Vietnam building a replica Bugatti out of clay.
The group originally posted the video to their YouTube channel, NHT TV, which also has other videos documenting the car’s year-long construction process, including the search for the material and patching of the clay on a bare-bone model.
Though the project got praised from Twitter users for the group’s inventiveness, there were others who criticised them for using clay in a moving car. They thought the safety of the car was in doubt.
But if you watch the video until the end, you will realise that the guys removes the clay mould from the frame and replaces it with fibreglass.
Which is still a better way to build a car and drive it around without much fears for the safety of the passengers.
Nevertheless, a user says: