Taliban administration has reportedly unveiled Afghanistan’s first indigenously made supercar called ‘Mada 9’.
According to the regime’s education minister, a team of 30 engineers from a Kabul-based car manufacturing company, ENTOP, and Afghanistan Technical Vocational Institute has jointly developed the supercar.
The vehicle which took 5 years in the making will initially be sold in Afghanistan, but will also be sold in the global markets soon, according to reports quoting TOLO News.
However, the exact launch date of the car hasn’t been revealed yet.
Other details of the new supercar aside from the fact that it is powered by a modified Toyota Corolla engine are not known.
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