Bangkok’s rich purr through pandemic


As the coronavirus brought the global economy to its knees, Thai businessman Yod decided to buy himself an US$872,000 (RM3.65mil) treat – a lime-green Lamborghini.

Yod picked up the customised Huracan EVO supercar in Bangkok, a city of billionaires with a luxury economy unbroken by the crisis ripping through Thailand’s wider economy.

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