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The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted countries around the world, with most of them under strict lockdown, including India. The country's PM Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown starting from the 24th of March 2020.
However, there are still reports of people venturing out on the streets, disregarding the lockdown regulations. To create awareness of the severity of the virus, a man in Hyderabad has designed a unique single-seater vehicle, dubbed the ‘coronavirus car'.
As seen from the video by Full Entertainment/YouTube, the coronavirus car is designed resembling the deadly virus. The unique car was designed by K Sudhakar and has attracted a lot of attention on the streets.
The car is said to be made of plastic-fibres, capable of seating a single person. The coronavirus car is powered by a 100cc engine borrowed from a motorcycle and is capable of reaching speeds of up to 40km/h.
Reports suggest that Sudhakar plans to hand over the coronavirus car to the Hyderabad police. This will help them to further spread awareness of the deadly virus, while also informing them about the importance of following the lockdown regulations.
The deadly coronavirus pandemic has affected the entire auto industry, not only in India but also the world. Companies have shut down production, while dealerships remain closed for any form of sales or service operations as well.
Major automotive companies have been coming forward in support of central and state governments fight against the deadly virus.
Companies like Maruti Suzuki, MG Motor, Mahindra and others have begun working on the production of ventilators, face shields and other equipment required. These are then being distributed amongst doctors and healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients.
Other brands have also pledged large sums of money to both PM and CM's Relief Funds. This will allow the central and state governments to acquire and distribute essentials to the people, including food packets and such commodities to those in need.
Thoughts On The Coronavirus Car In Hyderabad
The coronavirus car is a very unique way of spreading awareness of the deadly virus. With COVID-19 cases still on the rise in India, despite the nationwide lockdown, we urge everyone to follow the guidelines and stay at home and stay safe.