Lagos state governor Babajide Sanwo Olu,today unveiled Nigeria’s first electric car which can go 422 kilometers at a single charge.
Gboyega Akosile, the chief press secretary to the Lagos state governor, made this disclosure in a series of tweets on Friday, November 13.
The CPS said Governor Sanwo-Olu, speaking the launching of the car at the Stallion Group Automobile Factory, promised that his administration would complete the 10-lane Lagos Badagry expressway.
“Lagos State Governor Jide 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 car can be charged from a regular socket but with its specified charger, as seen in the video. It has a 5 years Warranty, it is easy to handle and includes a stylish interior.” He said.
HYUNDAI KONA can be charged from a regular socket but with its specified charger, as seen in the video. pic.twitter.com/W4bFLaWxnG— CPSLagos (@officialCPS_Lag) November 13, 2020