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Viral Video: Assam Man Took 8 Months To turn Old Maruti Swift Car Into Lamborghini

By Disha Sharma -
  • Updated
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  • 21st June 2021,
  • 4:08 PM

Assam man Nurul Haque has modified old Maruti Suzuki to a customised Lamborghini replica.

Lamborghini replica

Lamborghini replica

Viral Video: Have you ever recycled your favourite car into a beautiful branded one? If not, then get inspired by a man from Assam, Nurul Haque who made it possible. Nurul from the Bhanga area in the Karimganj district, turned old Maruti swift car into a sports car, Lamborghini replica in a feat.

The 31-year-old motor mechanic took 8 months and Rs 6.2 lac to complete the project.

Soon after sharing the photos on Instagram, the netizens were impressed with the talent of Nurul. From calling it ‘Amazing work’ to ‘Keep it up’, the Instagram users are continuously pouring in their compliments for the maestro.

Nurul decided to make his own version of the Italian luxury car model by customising the engine of an old Maruti Swift car. The idea of making a Lamborghini car came when he was forced to sit at home in 2020 due to lockdown.

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Speaking on his journey of car modification, He said that he loved Lamborghini cars. It was his dream to make and drive such a luxury car. He started building parts of the model by watching YouTube videos. Finally, he had modified an old Maruti Swift car into his dream car.

Haque is a fan of the ‘Fast & Furious’ action thriller. Haque said he always wanted to drive a Lamborghini. In 2020, during the first outbreak of coronavirus, when lockdown forced him to sit at home, he decided to spend the time in modifying his old Maruti Swift.

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Talking about the expenditure, he said that he didn’t realise that it would be a costly affair. From buying the engine and the raw material to giving it the final shape, the total expenditure was around ₹ 6,20,000. He was not sure if even developing such a replica is legal. He wanted to drive the car across the state and he hoped the police won’t arrest me and seize his car, Nurul adds.

Already Lamborghini has caught many people’s attention and turned him into a famous personality. Haque has eyed on future plan to build a customised replica of a Ferrari next.

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