- Anand Mahindra, Chairman of Mahindra Group, tweeted a video tagging Elon Musk
- The video from Anand Mahindra drew the attention of the netizens for all the right reasons
- Mahindra says “I don’t think Elon Musk and Tesla can do this”
Chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra, once again draws the attention of the netizens with his tweet. Only this time the Indian business tycoon has given the viral video and interesting touch as he tagged the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tesla, Elon Musk, for the low cost car design inspiration.
The 65 year old Indian businessman, Anand Mahindra, took it to Twitter to post a video if a bullock cart which has a cabin of car, towed at the back, he captioned the video “I don’t think Elon Musk & Tesla can match the low cost of this renewable energy-fuelled car. Not sure about the emissions level, though, if you take methane into account…”
In the 50 second long video, two bullocks are pulling an ambassador-type car cabin and the man controlling the cart can be seen sitting right in front of it.
The cabin even has seating space for two people.
Watch the video here:
In today’s time, air pollution is a prominent threat to the human race and in a bid to curb the rising air pollution issue all around the globe, the automobile giants are coming up with Electric Vehicles (EVs).
Elon Musk’s Tesla comes in no surprise as a market leader in the EV category with its innovation and cost effective products.
However, Anand Mahindra kept his followers engaged and intrigued by his funny tweets and videos. Within a short period of time the tweet from Anand Mahindra went viral. The video has been viewed more than 3.4 lakh times on the microblogging platform, and also managed to collect more than 26,000 likes and hundreds of amused reactions.
Let us take a look at some of the reactions:
Bullock cart to Tesla pic.twitter.com/Ywi0D3E9U3— ????? ??? (@isamiroy) December 23, 2020
So can we call this ox power instead of horse power?— ANSHUMAN TEMBHEKAR (@24anshutem) December 24, 2020
(How much ox power engine is this?)
That emission can be converted into cooking gas, if harnessed.— Pranavajothi (@pranavajothi) December 23, 2020