If you’re a Malaysian then you’ll know that the Perodua Myvi is known as a legendary “god” car as it seems like there’s nothing it cannot do. Recently, another Myvi has caught netizens’ attention after it was discovered caught on top of a high divider in the middle of the highway. We imagined flying cars in 2020 but not like this!
Videos of the incident went viral on social media as netizens were amazed by what the Myvi did. TBH, you’ve probably seen cars turning turtle or driving up kerbs but this really takes it to a whole other level. The incident is believed to have happened in Johor Bahru, near Danga City Mall on the way to Woodlands.
It is unclear how the accident happened but netizens speculate that it may have been due to the Myvi driver making a sudden manoeuvre to the next exit while driving fast. The driver might have misjudged the distance and then drove up the divider, getting stuck there.
If you look at the divider, you can see that it’s gently sloping downwards so the Myvi driver must have missed the exit and instead, accidentally drove up the divider’s slope before realising. Luckily, the driver seems to be unhurt but bemused over the accident while the car doesn’t look like it has sustained very substantial damage.
Netizens who saw the accident were stunned and some of them said that since it is the year 2020, this Myvi was a “flying car.” Unfortunately, it looks like it couldn’t take flight for long! Many of them said that they expected nothing less from the “god” car as it has never disappointed.
Watch the videos here:
Drive carefully and always be alert when on the road to avoid any accidents from happening!
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