Scorpio-look-alike-auto driver wins a return gift from Mahindra


Team Udayavani, May 5, 2017, 11:49 AM IST

New Delhi: Last month, when Sunil’s indigenous idea of Scorpio-look-alike-auto rickshaw was pictured and tweeted by Anil Panicker to Anand Mahindra, the Executive Chairman of the Mahindra Group.

Mahindra seemed quite impressed by the modification of the auto and asked his team to track down the owner of the rickshaw, who happened to be Kerala-based auto rickshaw driver named Sunil.

Mahindra further expressing his desire to buy the auto for the company-run museum said he’d gift a four-wheeler in return.

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