GOVERNOR SANWO-OLU UNVEILED THE FIRST ELECTRIC CAR TO BE ASSEMBLED IN NIGERIA (VIDEO) ~ INN Nigeria
Lagos State Governor Sanwo-Olu arrives the Stallion Group Automobile Factory at Ojo for the launch of a wide range of the group’s products. This is a confirmation that Lagos is a destination of choice and will continue to attract more global brands.
Lagos State Governor Sanwo-Olu unveiled the first electric car to be assembled in Nigeria. Lagosians and indeed Nigerians can now drive electric cars. Lagos remains the hub for the nation’s economy, a pace setter in industrialisation. A home for meaningful development.
The electric car is called a HYUNDAI KONA and it takes 9 hrs 45m for a full charge (0-100%). It can go as far as 422 Kilometer at one charge. It has a 5 years Warranty, it is easy to handle and includes a stylish interior.
HYUNDAI KONA can be charged from a regular socket but with its specified charger, as seen in the video.
Lagos State Governor Sanwo-Olu on Friday restated that his administration will complete the 10-lane Lagos Badagry Expressway. The Governor stated this during the launch of first electric car in Nigeria.
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