The designers of the first built-in-Afghanistan sports car showcased their skills in stunning sports cars on Thursday.
The pictures of the exquisitely designed car became viral via social networks after being showcased during a wintery morning in Kabul. The black sports car that had premium wheels was stunning on Kabul streets. It wasn’t the first time locals noticed this kind of vehicle in Kabul.
The name of the brand is “Entop, ” engraved in silver with a logo of the letter ‘E’ located in the centre on the bumper’s front.
Muhammed Reza Ahmedi, the Director of Entop Auto Studio in Afghanistan, and his team created and built the first Afghanistan-built sports car to be used by the Technical Vocational Education and Innovation Center of Afghanistan.
Based on the design of the artist Mohammad Reza Ahmadi, this sports model car took five years to build and will be showcased at Qatar Exhibition 2023.
The designers have employed diverse parts of other cars, most notably Toyota components, to create the prototype.
According to Mohammad Reza Ahmedi, he intended to develop an exclusive design model. Then it’s on investors who are interested and large automobile companies to think of the best parts to create it in the initial stage of the production process.
Ahmadi is optimistic that it will make it to 2023’s Qatar Exhibition, as authorities in Afghanistan have already spoken with officials in Doha regarding it.
This is because Afghanistan has been experiencing continuous political instability for the past 44 years. Afghanistan has yet to see any progress in the auto industry, and no investors from outside the country have expressed any interest in investing in Afghanistan due to the instability and political conflict.