SA Twitter #TrafficChallenge to Display Lamborghini, Mercs, BMWs Goes Viral, R1.2M Audi Driver Shares Details

SA Twitter #TrafficChallenge to Display Lamborghini, Mercs, BMWs Goes Viral, R1.2M Audi Driver Shares Details

  • Many South Africans who own luxury cars have been showing off their car models in a creative way
  • Multiple Twitter users shared their 'complaints' about being stuck in traffic by showing off their steering wheels and taking pictures of the road ahead of them
  • Online users were amazed to see the luxury cars that people drove while out and about in South Africa

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Mzansi car owners found a way to let people know what they drive. Many car owners have taken to Twitter to take part in a creative challenge showing the model of the car a person is driving.

South Africans show of luxury car in Twitter trend
South Africans took part in a Twitter trend because by complaining about traffic. Image: Twitter/mpho_shami/IamKumbi/Getty Images/Hindustan Times
Source: UGC

Online users created the trend where they changed what model cars they were driving. Netizens reacted to seeing luxury cars such as Jeeps and Lamborghini.

South Africans on Twitter show off luxury cars with joke

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Multiple Twitter users, @IamKumbi, @mpho_shami, and more tweeps, wanted people to know that they drive expensive cars. Tweeps took part in a trend where car owners took a picture of their older hands while making sure to show the exterior angle. One person @Mo__musi even showed off their Lamborghini.

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Audi driver shares how he got pricey car

@mpho_shami is a car reviewer who also did the challenge. Speaking Briefly News, Mpho confirmed that the car is it is a media press vehicle from Audi South Africa. He said:

"It’s a 2023 Audi RS3 Sportback finished in Kyalami Green, which was tested for work purposes."

The car is valued at just over R1 million, as reported by IOL. See some of the photos below, which include the Mercedes, Jeep and other models:

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South Africans react to seeing luxury cars driven by others

South African Twitter users reacted to seeing people on the road with their fancy cars. Many expressed amazement over the models of cars they were seeing.

@Nolo_Tiro commented:

"Shuu, some of us cant play this game."

@its_YAYO_Bro commented:

"Rena ba di Polo will sit this one out."

RSfannn commented:

"It’s nice seeing people black people brag off their success."

@Makulankondzo18 commented:

"The Merc interior design will stay winning."

"That GT3, though": Joburg man shows off exceptional luxury car collection

Briefly News previously reported that a Johannesburg car enthusiast and collector shared a post on Twitter showing off his luxurious vehicles. The amazing whips were stored at a Daytona facility.

The man boasts a Rolls Royce, a Vantage and a 999 GT3 car, amongst others. It's hard to determine the car models from the video, but even the untrained eye knows they cost a lot.

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"Came to check on the kids," he said in the post. He then proceeded to sweep through the garage showing off his impressive collection.

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