- 16 additional African nations are now on BMW SA's export list
- E-motorcycle companies rely on asset financing
- Yamaha Motors collaborate with Africa's first mobility tech platform 'Max'
- More electric buses are on their way to African roads
- Rwanda Innovation Fund to invest in MAX.ng’s electric vehicles
- Kenya, Morocco and South Africa invest in electric vehicle charging stations
- Isuzu East Africa provides the ministry with 48 cars in leasing deal
- Carcarbaba, a car-dealing company debuts in Rwanda
- Autoexpo Kenya showcasing automotive equipment from around the world
- Hyundai dealer to assemble cars in Kenya
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Senegal, Nigeria, Angola, Kenya, and Ethiopia are just a few of the 30 export markets that BMW Group South Africa has now expanded into. The BMW X3 sporting activity vehicle (SAV) is made by BMW SA at the Rosslyn facility in Tshwane.The factory was built as the premium automaker's first production site outside of Germany and has been producing Read More..
Companies that sell electric motorcycles are using alliances with lenders who specialise in asset finance to boost sales in Kenya by focusing on boda boda riders. In order to provide a fleet of motorcycles by the end of 2022 in time for mass deployment in early 2023, Swedish-Kenyan technology startup Roam has teamed up with M-KOPA. In Read More..