Kenyan Electric Vehicle Company Unveils Latest Model in Rwanda.


Go Electric Ltd, an electrical and solar vehicle dealer, will introduce its newest models in Rwanda, marking a significant step forward in sustainable mobility.

The company reaffirmed its commitment to providing affordable and environmentally friendly transportation options when it received a shipment of several units of its latest model, called UTU saloon automobiles.

Known for being a leader in the electric vehicle industry in East Africa, the company intends to introduce more than 1,000 EVs into the market by 2025 and grow its fleet to meet its customers’ varied demands and preferences. In addition to saloon vehicles, this extensive range will also feature trucks, pick-ups, and three-wheelers.

The business has already arranged loans from several financial organizations to buyers of the units. The unit can be purchased for as little as Sh1.7 million ($12,000).

Go Electric’s Sales Director Evans Komen stated in a speech given in Kigali, Rwanda, that the goal of the UTU electric car line is to hasten the adoption of EVs by providing premium, reasonably priced solutions that meet the varied needs of their clientele.

He declared, “The company’s commitment to a cleaner, greener future for Rwanda and Africa as a whole is emphasized by the arrival of these new models.” As the world’s focus turned to e-mobility, we are investing Sh2.8 billion (USD 20 million) to import more vehicles and support the nation,” he added.

Go Electric recently shipped brand-new saloon cars to Rwanda intending to sell them to corporate fleets and ride-hailing services that are switching from gasoline-powered to electric cars.

According to Mr. Komen, the company sees a time when ecologically friendly and commercially feasible sustainable transportation is the norm.

“In addition to saloon cars, this extensive range will also feature three-wheelers, pick-ups, and trucks, demonstrating the company’s commitment to providing complete and sustainable transportation solutions.

“We will ensure accessibility and affordability in the local market by focusing on importing more vehicles, even as the world embraces e-mobility,” he continued.

The management of the company intends to implement driver training initiatives in East Africa in order to facilitate the shift to electric vehicles.


Choose your Reaction!
Leave a Comment