Indonesian authorities run 'two-faced' car off the road

JAKARTA: A double-ended car owned by a septuagenarian mechanic from Indonesia has been ordered off the road, but he has not given up on the quirky creation just yet.

Roni Gunawan built the “two-faced” car with the help of colleagues in Bandung, West Java province, by welding together the front halves of two orange Toyota Limos.

The head-turning vehicle — which took about three-and-a-half months to build — has two engines, two steering wheels and two sets of pedals.

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Despite the setback, Gunawan has vowed to get the vehicle roadworthy so it can see another day.

“I will not be making a second,” he said. “It’s new in Indonesia — two faces, two machines.”

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