The Federal Government says it is targeting that at least 30 per cent of passenger vehicles in Nigeria will be electric cars by 2020, even as the country is set to key into the electric vehicles revolution.
Speaking at the recent unveiling of Nigeria’s first locally assembled electric car, Hyundai Kona, in Abuja, the Director-General of the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC), Jelani Aliyu, said the electric cars have come to stay.
Aliyu said Nigeria would not be left out in the transition from fuel-powered vehicles to electric cars. Aliyu said the Federal Government has invested about $1 billion in the auto industry in Nigeria as at 2019. The NADDC boss said the Stallion Group, which led the innovation in electric cars in Nigeria, has invested about $300 million in Nigeria…
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