Kenyan Made SUV Vehicle
Kenya’s automotive industry is primarily assembly, distribution and retail. Our first shot at building vehicles in Kenya was in 1986 with the Nyayo car. However, the project was abandoned never made it to production.
The Dream Builder
In 2009, Mobius motors which is based in Nairobi was born. The company started in Kilifi in a simple shade, it later moved to Mombasa and then to its current location in Nairobi. The first car was release in 2014 (Mobius I).
Mobius was started by a British entrepreneur Joel Jackson. He was once working in rural Kenya and found out that most vehicles were not up to task navigating the rough terrain.
The first vehicle was the Mobius I which was meant mostly for cargo. The design was simplistic, meant to tackle the rough Kenyan terrain.
Mobius II is an upgrade from the previous Model. This is a classy SUV for anyone who wants and affordable Made in Kenya automobile. The base price is just Ksh.1.3M for the Cargo model.
Adventure Plus is the Luxury Model at Ksh. 1.57M inclusive of VAT. This is a three door Classy SUV, capacity of 5 with room for luggage. It has an 8” Touch Screen Infotainment system with air conditioning.
The three categories Are:
Cargo- Two-seater with space for cargo
Adventure – Five-seater
Adventure Plus - Five-seater
They all boast an 1800CC engine with Steel Rims. There is an option for air Conditioning on Adventure and Cargo. For Adventure Plus, Air Conditioning is a Standard.
They offer custom build SUV when you make an order.
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