The abundance of cheap labor in South Africa makes it cheaper to produce such a car. And more importantly they are planning to release a fuel saver which will be a game changer in the local market.
The first prototype is expected before the end of this year and full production is expected to roll out in 2021. Powered by a 1.5l petrol engine, the car will have a target price of between R180,000 and R200,000 and will be sold with a three year warranty.
The car was expected to debut this year but due to COVID restraint it pushed its plans to 2021
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