Amaury Guichon is well known online for his life-like creations made of chocolate. His Instagram page is filled with pictures and videos of him designing everything from edible robots to an entire foosball table - using only chocolate. His other creations include a 7-foot-tall Statue of Liberty, 8ft tall dinosaur and even a chocolate motorcycle. (Click here to know more). The French-Swiss chef is also the host of the reality competition show, 'The School of Chocolate.' There is no denying Guichon's mastery of the ingredient! Recently, a video of him crafting a "chocolate electric car" has gone viral. This Instagram reel shows the step-by-step process behind his latest masterpiece of edible art.
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In the video, we see Guichon sketching part of a car design on paper. He then traces the design on a layer of flattened chocolate. He goes on to carefully cut and assemble different parts of the car. He adds intricate details to make the sculpture as life-like as possible. He then spray-paints it in a whitish-silver colour. He goes on to craft wheels for the car - completely out of chocolate, of course. He even adds spokes to the wheels and matches their colour! Watch the full reel below:
The post has received 6.2M views and 541K likes so far. Netizens were once again stunned by his skill. Comments began to pour in, applauding his creation and marvelling at his attention to detail. "Now that's a sweet ride!" - was a punny comment from the official handle of Hyundai USA. Another person asked, "Are you the guy who got the chocolate factory from Willy Wonka?" Check out how other people reacted:
"The only electric car I would ever buy."
"Every new car design should be done in chocolate! Then no matter what design they choose, something good comes out of the unused designs!"
"You never cease to amaze us."
"Should make the trunk open and have all kinds of treats in there LOL."
"ANOTHER LEVEL. I wanted to see it roll!"
"I won't be surprised if he finds a way to move this chocolate car with chocolate remote controls!"
"Can you make yourself next @amauryguichon?"
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