Dubbed as the country’s answer to Bugatti, the sports car attracts attention on social media with its stylish design.
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This is Mada 9
A recent video shows the Mada 9 taking to the roads in Afghanistan for a test drive, showcasing its impressive grip on snow-covered roads and hinting at an all-wheel drive drivetrain. Mohammad Reza Ahmadi, CEO of the ENTOP car studio in Afghanistan, designed and built the first Afghan-made sports car for the Afghanistan Technical Vocational Training and Innovation Center. In a video clip posted on ENTOP’s Facebook page, Mohammad Reza Ahmadi said that this prototype took 2 years to work on the car model, which will be completed in the next 5 weeks.
Ahmadi used the engine from a Toyota Corolla to produce this car, which had to be replaced after being used for a race. Ahmadi is optimistic about showcasing his product at Doha’s 2023 fair in Qatar. Mawlavi Ghulam Haidar Shahamat, head of Afghanistan’s Technical Vocational Training and Innovation Center, said no one could believe that this could be a product from Afghanistan as pictures of the car went viral on the internet.
In a video post, Mr. Shahamat said that this car was designed and built by Engineer Mohammed Reza Ahmadi and that the production work will be fully completed in the next 12 days. According to a recent tweet by Mr. Shahamat, a request has been made to the Qatari authorities to support this innovation in the lead up to the 2023 Qatar exhibition. This is due to the fact that Afghanistan does not have an active automobile industry as it is constantly in a state of war and political instability.