It is an established fact that sunroofs in cars could be dangerous if used while in motion and this clip proves it without a doubt.
In this hilarious post, Kia Carnival users were seen hanging out of the sunroof of the moving car. However, they had to regret it soon after. Now, while Indian car buyers love their sunroofs for whatever reasons, we can’t help but spell out the perils involved with them. Somehow, the sunroofs are thought of as a symbol of luxury and opulence in cars. It is due to this fact that they are becoming so common fairly recently. Prior to that, this feature used to be exclusive to premium luxury cars only. Therefore, the craze with sunroofs could be understood.
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Kia Carnival Users Hang Out of Sunroof
The video clip has been shared as YouTube Shorts by Latest Car Update. A while Carnival MPV is seen plying on a single-lane road with two passengers standing out of the sunroof. However, the driver applies brakes suddenly due to unknown reasons. Unsurprisingly, the duo, who had their arms around each other’s shoulders, couldn’t react quickly enough and ended up hitting the roof of the MPV face-first. They must’ve sustained minor injuries due to the sudden jerk.
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We would like to caution our readers against the careless use of sunroofs. These are not meant to be used while the car is in motion. It is considered a safety hazard. A sunroof is only meant to enhance the sense of space inside the cabin. You must never hang out of it if the car is in motion. Sudden braking could occur at any time and you will always be in danger of being thrown out due to a lack of constraints while you are out of the sunroof. Therefore, you must exercise precaution.
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The Kia Carnival comes with a sole 2.2-litre VGT diesel engine belting out 197 hp and 440 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. The transmission duties are carried by a sole 8-speed automatic gearbox. Currently, the Carnival costs from Rs 30.99 lakh to Rs 35.99 lakh, ex-showroom. Do share your thoughts about this bizarre incident.
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