The Fiat Panda is a fascinating little car that can be found in many garages around the world.
But a group of Italian YouTubers had to go even smaller in a bizarre scheme to create the world’s lowest car.
The so-called ‘Carmaggheddon’ group have revealed impressive footage of them attempting to transform a Fiat Panda into one thing that’s much closer to the bottom.
Cut right under the windows of the house, the reduction half of the car was changed by a go-kart, lifted only by 4 small wheels.
Like few other cars, it seamlessly hits the roads when driven onto the gravel, drawing crowds in disbelief.
A group of Italian YouTubers set out to make it even smaller in a wacky scheme to create the world’s lowest car.
“Hello beasts,” Carmahedon captioned his latest video.
What happens when you walk down the road with the shortest panda on the planet? We are going to search. “
Perhaps predictably, the car runs a bit slower than a typical Fiat Panda due to engine shutdown.
But the driver can steer and steer the car like other go-karts with wheels and pedals.
To do this, a person has to crawl out the back window and lie down again to get to the driving position.
Although it’s billed as the “lowest car in the world,” it’s not clear how big the chopped Fiat Panda actually is.
The latest Guinness World Records show that Mirai has claimed the title, measuring 17.79 inches (55.2 cm) from bottom to top.
This car was assembled by college students and academics Okayama Sanjo High School in Asakuchi, Japan.
It ran on six main batteries and the propulsion got here Q cars produced by the Japanese company CQ motors.
Cut right under the windows of the house, the drop side of the car was replaced by a go-kart, lifted simply by 4 small wheels
Like few other cars, it moved seamlessly on the roads when tested on gravel
The driver can steer and steer the car like any other, using the go-kart’s steering wheel and pedals.
The latest Guinness World Records show that the title was claimed by Mirai, with a top of 17.79 inches (55.2 cm) from the bottom to the very best.
Mirai was created by college students and academics at Okayama Sanjo High School in Asakuchi, Japan.
Viral photos of a cut-up Fiat Panda have shocked hundreds of viewers who can’t believe it’s a working car, even though it’s illegal on UK roads.
“It’s like seeing an ultra-realistic car game, but with a damaged car on the street,” said one person.
‘Sell it to Hollywood! As a stunt machine for reality/time manipulation movies, it’s great! declared each other.
Meanwhile, one quipped: “ABSURDUS!! We want the next one upside down.
Fiat Panda is definitely not Carmagedon’s first venture, as several creations are shared on their YouTube and Instagram channels.
The bike tub and huge exhaust again for the Mitsubishi Colt is one of the many countless initiatives they have been working on.