Many people have seen the video shared through Anand Mahindra so far. While many people supported it, many did not seem to agree with Mahindra. In such a situation, all the truth came out in the video.
Video of Ferrari Gold is now going viral
Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra sparked some debate when he shared an old video of a Ferrari supercar wrapped in glittering gold paint. The same video was going viral with the caption ‘Indian American with pure gold Ferrari car’. At the same time, such a video had appeared on the social media platform earlier also (early 2018).
Anand Mahindra shared the video with his comment on Twitter and said, “I don’t know why this is going viral on social media, it’s a lesson how not to spend your money when you are rich.” In the video, a man is seen publicly showing an Italian luxury sports car with others gathered around it. At the same time, many others are making noise after seeing this car and are also getting their pictures clicked with it.
I don’t know why this is going around on social media unless it is a lesson on how NOT to spend your money when you are wealthy… pic.twitter.com/0cpDRSZpnI
– anand mahindra (andanandmahindra) July 19, 2021
In a little over 24 hours, Anand Mahindra’s post has garnered over 2 lakh views and over 7 thousand likes. Many people supported Mahindra’s post, saying that coating the car in expensive metal is a waste of the car, while many others did not agree with his post.
All that glitters is not gold!! Many do car wraps in gold and other fancy colours. https://t.co/NsbhULC2Zk
— Neeraj Sharma (@Neeraj_Sharma_) July 19, 2021
It is not uncommon among the rich to use shiny metal as the body color of their vehicles. There are many such examples around the world, including places like Dubai, where it is also seen as a fashion statement. However, in most cases, it is not pure gold, but a vinyl coating of gold that makes the vehicles look like gold.
One of the examples is the Ferrari 458 Spyder luxury sports car owned by former world kickboxing champion Riyadh al-Azawi from Iraq. Seven years ago, pictures of Al Azavi’s Ferrari draped in gold surfaced on social media. However, the kickboxer later clarified that it was not pure gold, but only a coating that made his car gold.
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