Ghana’s first vehicle manufacturing company, Kantanka Auto, has recently launched its latest vehicle – a funny looking three-wheeled sports car with scissors doors. Yes! The sports car has only 3 tyres. It has two on the front and the just one rear tyre.
Rather than having the usual outwards opening doors, the car’s doors open by rotating upwards with a fixed hinge holding it at the front of the door. The three-wheeled car’s two tyres in the front and only one at the back makes you wonder how it can go reverse perfectly like the normal cars with two rear tyres. But this Kantanka sports cars rides perfectly above expectation.
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Kantanka Auto launched this sports car at its 38th annual Technology Exhibition of the Kantanka Group in Accra. At the exhibition, Kantanka Technological Centre of Excellence, a subsidiary of Kantanka Group of Companies outdoored products they have made.
The new Kantanka products unveiled included saloon cars, military weapons, customised limousine, advanced armoured vehicle fixed with a laser rangefinder, exoskeletons, a V8 engine block, etc.
Top people acknowledge Kantanka’s vehicles
The exhibition was dubbed “Advancing the Frontiers of Science, Creativity and Technology through Religion to Transform Society”. The event which took place in Accra was the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, present. Other top dignitaries were also present at the event. A notable one is the Senior Minister, Mr Yaw Osafo-Maafo. Since Kantanka is basically about technology, the Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng also graced the occasion.
The Kantanka Group of Companies, founded by Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka, has been manufacturing quite wonderful technological products since its inception. Some of their inventions include television sets that can be manipulated just with simple hand claps.
Recently, Kantanka Auto announced that they had received orders for 13,000 automobiles from 3 African countries. With these recent developments I think it is safe to say Kantanka is finally getting the support it didn’t have over the past years.
Photo credits: Graphic.com.gh