Monday, July 1, 2024



Welcome the Titanium

A high-performance supercar that redefines the boundaries of speed and power.


• Top Speed 351 Km/H (218 Mph)
• Acceleration 0-100 Km/H (0-62 Mph) in just 2.9 Seconds.
• Acceleration 0-200 Km/H (0-124 Mph) in just 8.8 Seconds.
• Braking 100-0 Km/H (62-0 Mph) 31 M

This supercar is a symphony of precision engineering and unbridled power, designed to deliver an unparalleled driving experience. With its lightning-fast acceleration and incredible top-end speed, the Titanium will have you carving through corners and leaving the competition in the dust. Prepare to redefine the limits of what's possible on the open road.

The ZEV Titanium is the ultimate supercar for the true driving enthusiast. If you live for the thrill of the chase and demand the very best, this supercar will transform your daily commute into an adrenaline-fueled joyride. Get ready to experience the pure exhilaration of uncompromising performance.

Rwanda will be the first African country to have a local automotive company that will produce a supercar entirely made of Titanium and Carbon Fiber, thanks to the collaboration with the renowned Icona Design Group, the Italy-based design studio.

The development continues in spectacular fashion.

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Woods Wedson Pierre
Founder of ZEV Automobile

Monday, June 24, 2024


ZEV is a Rwandan electric automotive company, dedicated to the development, research and production of electric cars, buses and more combining designs between African and European way of life with innovative and Green technology. They are on a mission to make AFRICA Greener & Smarter than ever before.

They are excited to announce a soon to be unveiled special project, their very first Limited Edition ZEV Supercar.

This will be the first unique supercar from an African automotive company to be built entirely from titanium and carbon fiber. The ZEV Titanium Supercar was designed by Icona Design Group, the renowned Italian design studio based in Italy and operating simultaneously in over 4 countries.

The supercar will be featured on our blog in afew days to come.

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Wood Wedson Pierre

ZEV Automobile founder 


Saturday, April 6, 2024



South African born tech entrepreneur Priven Reddy wants to rock the eco hypercar world with this new creation called the Sandstorm by Ararkis Automobili.

The newly formed car company, which is helmed by Reddy, unveiled the concept vision of its new electric hypercar at its headquarters in London afew weeks ago.

The firm wants to ensure its first automotive creation becomes a rare and exclusive status symbol and for that reason it plans to build just 20 examples of the Sandstorm, which will be available by invite only.

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A Nigerian auto manufacturing start-up founded in 2018 by Olusen Olawore with the aim of designing and producing affordable and durable vehicles for the African market. As the first Nigerian brand to venture into the realm of sports and supercars, OMC is a true game - changer in the Nigerian automotive industry bringing a refreshing wave of customization, in-house innovation and alternative energy vehicles.

Their product concept is called Charlie 337 which is dark blue with yellow accents.

Their first prototype is in yellow and black vehicle called the Oluseun Project TOP



Special mention from 2019 the Laraki Sahara hyper-car, two of which were commissioned by His Majesty Mohammed VI, King of Morocco, including one example used for public demonstration purposes. The Sahara features Moroccan design influences in the pattern of the front grille and the quilted interior upholstery, and is painted in the king’s signature color.


Lesotho's first locally built vehicles, designed and developed by self-taught mechanic Elias Motlomelo. Its inspired by a great iconic white horse named Thabure. This project has been supported by the Lesotho military as a way to champion locally developed innovations. 

The green one is named "Tlome-Thabure 1" and the black one targeted to support law enforcement needs is called Thabure 2

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Tholme Auto Style



Sylvester Kwao Kweku a Ghanaian welder built a car he calls the Buffalo Wrangler. A solution for rural farmers, his aim was to build a utility vehicle able to work both on road and off road. Still in its second iteration demonstrates alot of promise in its simple build and overall design.


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Ghana Broadcasting Corporation



The Bennie Sternum, is an African sports car crafted by Bennie Automobile in Nigeria. It embodies the aspiration and dream of Jerry Mallo to demonstrate style, craft and engineering home grown in Nigeria.

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Friday, July 21, 2023



From Senegal is a EV developer ready to address the African mobility needs in a unique stylish way. They best describe it in the following excerpt from their website.

"At KEMET our ultimate goal is to help people all over the world move easier and greener to their opportunities with high quality, innovative KEMET vehicles. We aim to create a better and fairer world by industrializing emerging countries to create jobs and accelerate economic development.

Creating a brand that embodies first class technology, top tier design and ecological sustainability through a deep vision to pioneer a new generation of bold African entrepreneurs that want to change the paradigm of mobility."

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A Green Revolution on the Horizon: Siphiwe Dhlomo's Hala Motors Driving a EV Movement in South Africa!

The future of the local automotive sector is undergoing a transformative shift, and at the forefront is Siphiwe Dhlomo, the visionary founder and chairperson of Hala Motors, hailing from Soweto.

Dhlomo's conviction is crystal clear: participation in the electric vehicle (EV) space is not just a choice; it's an imperative. The boundless potential within the EV industry has spurred his innovative and forward-thinking approach.

Based in Johannesburg, Hala Motors has set its sights on a momentous goal - becoming the first African manufacturer of electric taxis in South Africa. Specializing in the design, development, and production of electric passenger, commercial, and commercial vans, the company is a driving force in South Africa's EV landscape.

Dedicated to extensive research and development over the last four years, Hala Motors is now on the cusp of introducing its electric minibus taxi to the South African market (Phase 1). Yet, the journey doesn't end there. The company's grand vision encompasses an impressive range, including light delivery vehicles (LDVs), sedans, sport utility vehicles (SUVs), trucks, and even ambulance vehicles.

As the team diligently plans the Vehicle Manufacturing Programme phase of their project, simultaneous efforts are underway to unveil the groundbreaking Konsep1 Minibus Taxi.

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Embarking on a groundbreaking journey, British-Moroccan electric vehicle (EV) startup, Atlas, is all set to make history by introducing Africa's very first EV, infused with the essence of Moroccan design and identity. Scheduled to commence production in 2026, this exciting venture is already generating buzz with a captivating teaser sketch revealing a compact SUV silhouette for the yet-to-be-named model.

Founded by the dynamic duo of Mohammed Yehya El Bakkali (CEO) and Senhaji Hannoun (CTO), and fueled by substantial private funding, Atlas boasts a London-based headquarters, while the EV itself will be entirely manufactured in Morocco. With the impending announcement of an advisory board, the visionary founders are determined to make a mark in the market, guided by a clear vision of how to showcase the Moroccan-built EV.

To ensure a seamless development process, the Atlas EV will leverage "proven EV architecture from an established OEM," although the OEM remains undisclosed. By incorporating off-the-shelf components wherever possible, Atlas aims to limit research and development costs to a mere 5% of the total investment. Alongside the cost-effective labor in Morocco, this strategy paves the way for an EV that promises an incredibly affordable price point.

Atlas plans to launch the EV in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa by 2027, with a global rollout following suit. However, their ambition stretches beyond EVs themselves. The company envisions investing in battery technology, charging infrastructure, and groundbreaking "advanced, range-enhancing technology" to shape the future of sustainable transportation.

As the world eagerly awaits the debut of Africa's pioneering homegrown EV, Atlas remains steadfast in its mission to revolutionize the electric vehicle landscape. This visionary endeavor promises to celebrate Moroccan ingenuity and design while making eco-friendly mobility accessible to the masses. With Atlas leading the way, the future of EVs in Africa and beyond looks brighter than ever before.

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Morocco's automotive industry represented at the inaugural edition of GITEX Africa, held in the vibrant city of Marrakech from 31 May to 02 June 2023. The spotlight was firmly on NEO Motors Maroc as they showcased their creation - the Maroc Jeep, capturing the audience.

Designed with precision and innovation, the Maroc Jeep defined Morocco's commitment to enhancing its car manufacturing sector. Crafted from premium fiberglass materials, this SUV is set to hit production lines this month, signaling a new era of locally-made vehicles in the country.

Embodying a perfect blend of style, functionality, and affordability, the Maroc Jeep comes at an incredibly competitive price point of approximately $20,000, making it an accessible choice for aspiring car owners and adventure seekers alike.




WallysCar, the esteemed Tunisian car manufacturer, has taken the next leap in unveiling its first-ever luxury SUV, the Wallys WOLF. This milestone comes with exciting news as WallysCar, in a remarkable joint venture, will now be assembling the premium Jetour brand models.

Bringing together top-notch engineering and unparalleled craftsmanship, the Wallys WOLF represents a departure from the brand's conventional philosophy, elevating its status in the luxury vehicle domain. The fusion of style and substance is palpable, reflected in the utilization of environmentally-conscious materials like recycled polyamide, polyester, and semi-aniline leather. This not only bestows an air of opulence upon the vehicle but also ensures its durability for years to come.

Inside the WOLF's spacious interior, elegance knows no bounds. With seven exquisitely comfortable seats, the SUV effortlessly transforms into a mobile living room, offering a haven of comfort for passengers on any journey. Moreover, for those seeking versatility, the rear seats can be conveniently lowered, granting ample space to accommodate all your cargo needs.

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