Nigeria’s first and only locally assembled Electric car, Hyundai Kona, was launched by the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, as well as the senior members of the Lagos State Government at Stallion Group’s assembly plant VON at Ojo, Lagos on November 13, 2020.
The Hyundai Kona, which is 100% Electric, has a range of 482Km and is said to be long lasting. Tested by both Stallion and Hyundai Engineers, reports reveal that the vehicle has low maintenance cost, zero emissions and is very environmentally friendly. It also produces more power quickly, leaves little or no carbon footprint, goes longer on a single full charge, has better overall safety due to lower centre of gravity, more vehicle stability, more control over speed and facilitates Greener environment.
According to Linda Ikeji’s blog, the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwolu, who was officially inaugurated the launch, explained that the Hyundai Kona will bring about job employment, youth empowerment, and hope to the Nigerian Youths, especially since the future is based on technology and the Hyundai Kona is a technological innovation. He further said that “it is the duty of the government to provide an enabling environment to create more jobs for the Nigerian youths with the expectation that brands such as Stallion Group and Hyundai Motors Nigeria Ltd will support the Nigerian economy”.
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