The four-seater vintage car runs on a Pulsar 150cc engine and can be driven at a speed of 70km/hr.
The young talent said: “When I went on a trip to Rajasthan, I saw royal cars in the museum there. At that time, I thought that my parents should also travel in such royal cars and I tried to make this for them.”
He convinced his father to support his goal of manufacturing a car when the country went under lockdown in March.
Functioning the reverse feature on a two-wheeler engine was one of the biggest obstacles Yuvraj had to overcome.
After working his sweat and blood for two months, the car was finally ready to cruise the roads.
It is complete with updated features such as a remote control to start and shut the engine, gears, powerful lights, automatic bonnet system and soft cushioned seats.
After the success of his first production, he now aspires to manufacture more such cars at cheap prices for people who are unable to afford such luxuries.