A flying Myvi broke the internet once again. But this time the ‘King of Malaysian Roads’ picked a Nissan GTR as its target, instead of a Camry.
The incident which took place at Seremban 2 saw an orange Myvi landing lopsided onto a stationary GTR.
According to Oh My Media, the Myvi in question was understood to have accelerated at a traffic light junction, which led to the owner losing control over the vehicle.
No worries, the driver is safe and sound. But the real reason as to why the Myvi driver sped whilst entering a junction is still a mystery.
It was noted that the Myvi driver would be paying for the damages sustained by the Nissan GTR. Good luck with that!
SEREMBAN 2 – Sebuah kereta Myvi Type R dilaporkan telah terbabas lalu menimpa Nissan GTR.
Kejadian berlaku 📍Seremban 2.
p/s : Pishang owner Myvi nak bayar. 😂 pic.twitter.com/Dor01EUpUh
— SenawangTV (@SenawangTV) April 17, 2019
Tweets began making fun of Myvi owners after continuously making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
“Why can’t Myvi drivers drive much more carefully?”
Another netizen was wowed by the fact that Malaysia does have flying cars on the road.
“It was Tun M’s Idea to have a flying car, but the Myvi has made the idea a reality.”
Based on both ‘flying’ Myvi incidents, we sincerely hope that ALL road users practice caution and avoid adding to road accident statistics.
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