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Assam mechanic converts Marut Suzuki Swift into ‘Lamborghini


Team Udayavani, Jun 21, 2021, 4:47 PM IST

Nurul Haque, a 31-year-old motor mechanic who belongs from the remote district of Karimganj in Assam has modified his old Maruti Suzuki Swift into a replica of the famous Italian sports car ‘Lamborghini’.

Nurul took nearly eight months and about Rs 6 lakh to develop it.

The Lamborghini replica caught the Internet’s eye after he shared pics of the car on social media.

 

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Speaking to Hindustan Times, Nurul said that he is a fan of the Fast & Furious movies, and he always wanted to drive sports cars such as Ferrari or Lamborghini. It was during the first lockdown, Nurul started toying with the idea of building his own Lamborghini replica. He said that he started to build the parts of the replica of Lamborghini by watching YouTube videos after buying a second-hand Maruti Swift.

He said that he didn’t realize that it would be a costly affair. Further added, “From buying the engine and the raw material to giving it the final shape, the total expenditure was around ₹ 6,20,000. I am not sure if even developing such a replica is legal. I want to drive the car across the state and I hope the police won’t arrest me and seize my car.”

Talking about if he was willing to sell the car, he asserted that he is willing to sell the car, but only to someone equally passionate about it.“I am willing to sell this car but it has to be someone who understands the value of this model. Only a sports enthusiast can relate to my passion,” he said.

Nurul plans to build a customized replica of a Ferrari next.

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