An old television commercial for a popular tire brand once said, “The roads are filled with idiots.” Well, every passing day, this tagline is proving out to be true. Recently, a video of a Hyundai Kona electric SUV was shared online. Now, you may be wondering what’s so special about it. Well, the funny part about this particular Kona was that it was lodged on top of a road divider. Here’s the video of this EV SUV on the divider; have a look.
The video of this particular Hyundai Kona electric SUV has been shared on Instagram by Sahul Chaudhary on their page. The caption of the video, in good fun, mentions that this Kona came equipped with FDAS. The meaning of FDAS, according to the video, is Flying Driver Assistance System. In the video, a number of cars and a few people can be seen passing by this car and wondering how it got there.
Now, speaking about wondering, we are also in a confusion as to how exactly this happened. This whole situation begs the question: even if it reached there, how could it have reached there? From the video, no ramp or other object is present in front of the divider which could lead to this Kona getting lodged there. Until there is a background video or CCTV footage of this incident, we cannot be sure of how the Kona actually got there. If you have any information on this situation, then please send it our way.
Now, as much as weird as it may sound, this is not the most extreme flying car incident that has been noted in recent times. Just a few days ago, it was reported from the state of Pennsylvania, United States of America, that a Toyota Corolla sedan managed to crash into the second floor of a house. Yes, you heard that right. The car did not crash into the first or ground floor; rather, it got lodged into the second floor of a house.
Another worse incident
Another worse incident occurred a few weeks ago in Lewistown, Pennsylvania. What happened was a few pictures of a gray-colored Toyota Corolla sedan protruding from the second floor of a house went viral. It was reported that, fortunately, one of the individuals who owns the property was on the ground floor and managed to escape without sustaining any injuries. Upon further digging, it was found that the car was being driven by a 20-year-old named Evan Miller. The Pennsylvania State Police determined that the crash was not an accident but rather a deliberate act.
Miller, who sustained injuries in the crash, was transported to Geisinger Lewistown Hospital. Sam Baumgardner, the administrator of the Junction Fire Company, informed The Washington Post that the fire company believes the Toyota Corolla driver had struck a culvert or a tunnel carrying a stream adjacent to the house. The impact with the culvert might have caused the car to go airborne. The front of the car sustained significant damage, and the sedan was eventually removed using a tow truck.