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Two jokers trick the internet into thinking their Fiat Doblo did 200km/h

Two jokers trick the internet into thinking their Fiat Doblo did 200km/h

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In case you're wondering what a Fiat Doblo looks like.

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It's a goods vehicle.

Why is this information important for this story?

Take a look at this latest viral video

But, I don’t understand Malay!

Don't worry! We translated the whole conversation for you thanks to my malay colleagues! 

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Passenger (P): So this is the driver

Driver (D): Wait not yet, don’t show yet

P: Fuuh. Later? *giggling*

P: Fuuh. He’s driving so fast eh

P: Oh! The traffic light is down? No traffic light?

D: *mumbles*

P: Just go la hahahaha

D: We are travelling at 200km/h WOOOH SO FAST, WOOOW WOOAH SPEEDING!

P: Kimak so fast la he drive! *giggling*

D: okay stop stop

 

Sounds similar?

I think they made this video in response to another video of two guys doing 180km/hr on the expressway in a Suzuki Swift Sport.

We wrote an article about that just yesterday btw (blatant backlinking opportunities should not be wasted). You may click the link below to check the story out.

https://www.mycarforum.com/blogs/entry/6008-someone-is-keen-to-show-that-their-swift-sport-can-do-180kmh-on-the-cte/

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On top of that, the person who uploaded the video included this in the caption

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“180km/hr too slow for me”

It's a good laugh

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If you didn't realise, they weren't actually speeding. The speedometer of the vehicle seems to be faulty, and these two funny guys thought that they could have a bit of fun with it.

The driver's laughter made me lol more than once. That’s for sure.

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Don't need call polis please and thank you!



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Can see from the lane markings on the road they are travelling quite slowly.

Can't blame people that have not drive before to be anxious :grin:.

 

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