Since the release of the Mobius 3, there has been a lot of debate on weather the car deserves to be granted the "made in Kenya" status. This is because some people claim that the company is not kenyan owned therefore the car does not qualify to have been made in Kenya.
Most of vehicles used in Africa are imported.Africa has no strong car vehicle manufacturing base to cater for it's demands. However, several countries have made strides in manufacturing cars for African needs, terrain and roads. Here is a list of African Countries making cars.
Kenyan roads as we all know are very rough and notorious.That is why a Kenyan manufacturer of cars came up with the idea of designing an SUV which will suit the rough African terrains.Kenya is an agricultural producing country and the poor roads are a hindrance to its production activities.
Mobius Cars The Mobius cars are produced in Kenya by the Mobius Motors company which is owned by Kenyans. The first batch of these cars were produced back in about four years ago. Currently the company is producing a multiple number of vehicles which are also multipurpose. They were having a mass number of vehicles in markets by the year 2018 with an average price of about $10,000. Among the first produce of the Mobius Motors company cars were capable of running up to 160km/h as an average speed. This feature
Africa is well known for importing cars,most of which are usually second-hand.However,some African countries have stepped up to manufacture their own cars,proudly made in Africa.Here are 7 cars made in Africa by African manufacturers. 1.Birkin Cars-South Africa. This company was started in 1982 making it one of the oldest car manufacturing industries in Africa.It has sold many of it's cars outside Africa,selling to USA,Japan and across Europe.Some of it's huge cars include SS3 Street series and the CS3 Clubman
The days have passed when African innovation and technical advances have been viewed as a backward continent. In recent decades, though, Africa has pushed ahead in terms of technical developments. There are also a number of Africans in the West who are respected and proud of their achievements in science and technology for our continent. However, some still did not see the need to move beyond their world, but they produced vast economies and businesses in their countries of which millions of people have come