Malaysians all over the Klang Valley have been wondering if they were hallucinating when they spotted a colourful and unique-looking car completely covered in miniature toy cars!
No guys, you weren’t dreaming. This car is actually real!
Citizens have reportedly spotted this eye-catching car cruising along the Federal Highway, TTDI, and even near Pavilion. Many of them wondered the same thing — who’s the owner of this car and why did they decorate it like this?
Well, the owner of this insanely unique car is Datuk Seri Mahadi Badrul Zaman. He is an avid fan of miniature and model cars, especially Hot Wheels cars.
The 34 year-old CEO of Financial Genius Group started collecting these cars when he was just 13 years old. As of now, he has about 5,000 of these cars in his collection.
Because he had so many cars, he decided to display his collection in the most creative way possible, which was to cover his Jaguar S-Type completely in these little cars.
Needless to say, it’s quite a sight, especially if you spot it on the highway!
What we’re wondering is how it holds up against Malaysia’s insane rainy weather and what maintenance must be like for this car!
This is certainly a unique hobby and we personally can’t wait to see what Datuk Seri Mahadi has up his sleeves next. We’re sure it’ll be something impressive!
Who else have seen this amazing car on the road? I know I have!
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