- A video showing a keke looking like a car after it had been redecorated has got people wondering how much the driver would be charging
- People who joked that the interior looks like a Rolls Royce said they would not mind paying any amount for the comfort
- The backseat of the tricycle has a wine holder as it is the usual design of some high class and mid-range vehicles
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A video of the interior of a tricycle (keke) looking like a posh car has gone viral on the internet as people were wowed by it all.
In the clip, the interior was well decorated that the seat matches that of a car. At the centre of the seat is a drink holder.
Many praised the creativity
You would think it was a vehicle being filmed if you never started watching the video from the beginning.
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Many people who reacted to the video online commended the designer as they said he could change the look of anything with his skill.
Watch the video here.
"This guy fit turn Gwagon to Rolls R."
"Na Ac and seatbelt remain."
"Keeping his business classy, i am flabbergasted."
"This is innovation. Keke SUV."
"A typical example of 'Happiness is free'."
"Wow__this is very creative. Won’t be bad as a convoy."
"To enter this one go cost ooo, hin no fit carry person for 50 naira."
"This guy go sabi handle and manage Nigeria wela."
"Don’t call it normal keke napep… this is Royce keke 2012 model… worth 720hundred naira."
"If this guy charges you 200 naira for a 100 naira trip I swear you can’t complain because of the comfort."
Man redesigned Toyota car
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an Oraifite indigene in Anambra state identified as Nonso Offor transformed his Toyota Venza car into a Rolls Royce Sweptail.
The Rolls Royce Sweptail is an expensive whip made in the United Kingdom by Rolls Royce Motor Cars and goes for $13 million.
While it is not clear what the intention of the man is in transforming the car, it has since become an internet sensation.
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