As state-of-the-art vehicles are assembled on the continent, Africa is rapidly ascending the engineering ladder. The world still sees Africa as a poor and disease-ridden continent, but this is far from the case. The story will evolve over time. I bet you wouldn't believe it if I told you that the following automobiles were proudly built by Africans.
Nana Safo Kantanka is a well-known and respected Ghanaian who appears to be a technological leader in the country. Kantanka has worked in the area of engineering for more than 39 years and counting. He has a large range of vehicles with standard features. The majority of his vehicles have names like Kantanka Mensah, Kantanka Odeneho, and Kantanka Amoanimaa. Here are a few of his automobiles.
A Ugandan automobile company that is breaking new ground in the manufacture of SUV vehicles for Ugandans and other countries. The Kiira company now plans to increase or scale up production in 2023, thanks to government support.
Mobius is a Kenyan-made product. Mobius Automobile is one of the few companies that creates exceptional cars that are out of the ordinary. Mobius resembles a Jeep Wrangler, but it was built in Africa.
Laraki Epitome (Morocco)
Morocco has been added to the list of African countries that are producing impressive technological artifacts. Laraki Epitome is made in Morocco with pride. The vehicle appears to be one of the most incredible automobiles ever made. It resembles Bugatti and Lamborghini supercars in appearance. It has a 1,200 horsepower engine that comes from a C6 Corvette.
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Nigerians cannot afford to be left behind while other African countries fly the engineering plane. They have also contributed to the field of engineering by designing and constructing their own vehicle. Nigeria's first car manufacturing company, Innoson, was founded in 2014.
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