The “Mada 9” supercar was supposedly created by a group of Afghan mechanics and IT specialists. According to news reports and footage posted on social media, Afghanistan’s Navavari Center of Technical and Vocational Education created the car from scratch. The automobile is the result of cooperation between ENTOP, the Afghanistan Innovation Center, and the Afghan IT ministry.
According to Afghan officials, the lightweight composite components seen in the video are what make up the Mada 9’s construction. The car’s engine is located behind the driver in a mid-engine arrangement. The supercar also features a tubular frame chassis and pushrod suspension similar to that of an F1 car.
The Afghan official claimed in the video that this car has gained a lot of popularity on social media. Muhammad Raza Ahmadi, CEO of ENTOP, introduced the machine and stated that for the previous five years, his business had been working on the prototype. According to Ahmadi, “This automobile will be finished in the next two weeks, and we will display it in a car exhibition in Qatar.”
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The photographs of this car have gone viral on social media, according to a different Afghan government official, however, there is some skepticism about it. Therefore, we made this film, and as you can see, it was created in Afghanistan, he explained.
There is no stated release date for this supercar, but the business has promised to provide more information in the future.
So, we will have to wait for the car for the time being, and let’s see when this supercar in its actual shape and condition will be unveiled by the Afghan government.
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