- Kenya's Electric mobility expanding fast
- Ugandan auto firm targets to start manufacturing buses this year
- Tanzania Automotive Sector Attracting Investment and is finally above pre-pandemic levels by 1.2%
- Plentywaka And Autocheck Have Teamed Up To Make Vehicle Inspection And Maintenance Easier
- Kenya Boosts The Automotive Sector By Increasing Vehicle Exports
- The Automotive Sector in Africa is Booming, Incorporating Wide Range of Trades and Skills
- Mitsubishi Motors South Africa Has Appointed a New Managing Director
- India Topped 2020 Vehicle Imports into South Africa despite Covid-19 Impact
- McLaren Automotive appoints Mohamed Fawzi as Market Director for Middle East and Africa
- Toyota Has Teamed Up With Sasol, a South African Oil Company, To Develop Hydrogen-Powered Mobility
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Recently, numerous companies, including the Kenyan government, have expressed strong interest in the EV market. Electric vehicles have gained widespread acceptance in both the European and American markets. However, until recently, EVs were not as popular in the African market, where notable brands and firms included Autoproto Kenya, Nopia Read More..
Ugandan state auto firm Kiira Motors Corporation earlier mentioned that it will begin producing buses by July and aims to put out 1,030 units this year, as it moves forward to arrive in the market now served by big players like Isuzu, Man and Taata. The east African country anticipates to ride on the publicly-owned KMC to contest with Read More..