A creative New Zealand YouTuber successfully sold a cardboard Lamborghini car he made entirely from scratch for NZ$10,420 (NT$210,974) on Tuesday night.
根據外媒報導，David Jones (大衛．瓊斯)在網路上找到藍寶堅尼埃文塔多的紙模型，將其放大5.6倍後設計了此款紙箱製超跑。
According to foreign media reports, David Jones designed the ‘Cardborghini Aventapoor‘ off a paper model he found online and merely made it around 5.6 times bigger.
The 22-year-old explained that the idea came to him after he drove a real Lamborghini in Los Angeles.
The trip made a big impression on him and as he couldn’t afford to buy one and realized no one was going to rent a Lamborghini to him, he decided to make one by himself.
完成計畫後，大衛透過網路拍賣平台 Trade Me販售，並開玩笑的寫道，車子是以「想像力」發動的。
After completing the project, he decided to sell it online through the Trade Me auction platform and joked that the car drives on “the power of imagination.”
To his surprise, 132 bids later, the car was sold to a buyer for NZ$10,420 (NT$210,974).
The YouTuber decided to donate all the proceeds to Starship Children’s Hospital in Auckland as he revealed he had spent time there as a 14-year-old when he underwent cancer treatment.
The creation was praised by many online though some joked that it’s really cool until you “drive” it in the rain.
Jones told foreign media that the Cardborghini will come with an original owner’s handbook, a Cardborghini poster, and an official unopened repair kit.