Malaysians Are Making Parodies Of 'That' Car ASMR TikTok & The Videos Are Hilarious

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If you've been on TikTok recently, you may have come across a clip that is going viral for a pretty hilarious reason

Though the origin of the clip is not very clear, the video shows a blonde woman conducting what seems to be an autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) sequence using the features found in a Bentley Mulsanne, a luxury vehicle by Bentley.

In the video, the woman begins by whispering the word Bentley, before flicking the luxury car's signature emblem placed on the bonnet of the car.

She proceeds to do a series of other things to the luxury vehicle, including grazing the radiator grill and tapping the rim of a tyre. She also turns the car engine on and tests other features in the car, including the signal light and cup holders.

Screen grabs from the video.

Image via JETCAR (YouTube)

Taking a comedic route, many people who came across the video have created humorous parodies with their own cars — including Malaysians

Malaysian host and emcee Nani Roslan did a similar creation with her Perodua Myvi. Stitching the original video with her own creation, she hilariously parodies the same actions by the blonde woman with her car.

At one point, she gently taps her car's radiator grill, before noticing that her fingers were turning black. Throughout the clip, she also mimicked the tone of voice, whispering 'Myvi' at multiple intervals of the clip. 

"King of the road," she whispered at the end before concluding her video.

Watch the clip below:


B40 Car ASMR. The Malaysian King of the Road

original sound - Nani Roslan

Aside from that, Malaysian YouTuber Sharkman made his version using a truck:

Most of these clips have achieved about 500,000 to a million views each at the time of writing, with Malaysians cackling in the comments section over their creativity when making these videos

Image via TikTok
Image via TikTok
Image via TikTok
Image via TikTok

While the Malaysian perspective of making these parodies are golden, many foreign TikTokers have also taken to creating versions of their own, making this a global trend that has become universally entertaining

This e-hailing driver made a cute interactive game for his passengers to get to know him better:

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