Nigeria Government has unveiled the Hyundai Kona the nations first electric assembled car.
The National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) made the unveiling yesterday with road shows billed for three straight days, the federal government makes a serious car making statements.
The Federal government earlier on Friday announced the locally assembled electric car on their twitter page, inviting several bodies for the unveiling between Friday and Sunday, the car will be taken for a ride through the roads at Abuja.
The Director-General of the National Automotive Design and Development Council NADDC Mallam Jelani Aliyu, MFR, invites the general public to the grand unveiling of Hyundai Kona, Nigeria’s first Locally Assembled Electric Car, which will be followed by a road show across the city.
The car comes with features of smart key, halogen head lamp, battery saver, auto light control, HMSL & real spoiler and many more.
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