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The Bugatti Chiron is officially the world’s fastest supercar — and by quite a long shot, too. According to the company, the pre-production vehicle of a Bugatti Chiron derivative is the first hyper sports car to break the magic 482.8 kilometres per hour -mile-per-hour barrier (300 mph). At the same time, Bugatti has set a …
The newly appointed dealers include German Auto Service, Abou Ghaly Motors and Ezz El Arab.
Government targets $5bn to invest in feeding industries, $3bn in exports by 2022
The journey is currently sponsored by the Egyptian Ministries of Youth and Sports, Environment, and Military Production.
Autotech grows by 25% per year, says Khafagy
Car prices will not be affected by “liberalisation of customs exchange rate,” says Aboul Magd
Ragheb Alama, Nesma Mahgoub rocked the stage
The committee also organises supervisory campaigns nationwide, in coordination with various concerned authorities, to ensure that traders abide by legal controls, and to control cases that constitute harmful practices to the consumer, tax evasion, or other offenses that constitute crimes during the course of their work.
We will start deploying new ValU outlets in all Revolta stations, says El Shabrawy
The Ministry Public Enterprises Sector is trying to revive El Nasr Automotive and has recently cooperated with the Ministry of Trade and Industry to reach an agreement with an international company to bring back the state-owned automobile company.
Deputy Head of the Chamber of Engineering Industries (CEI) affiliated to the Federation of Egyptian Industries (FEI), Abdel Moneim El-Kady, said that domestic manufacturing of trucks in Egypt is not a hard task, given that Egypt is fully qualified to manufacture trucks instead of assembling them.
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Up to EGP 200,000 price cuts on 2019 car models, cashback rewards rolled out by many companies
It started between 2012 and 2013, when two police departments bought the Zero electric motorcycles and installed police lights and horns, which made the company focus on selling its products to the public sector and start enhancing its motorcycle’s capabilities for military use.
Many factors were behind the emergence of the electric scooter in Egypt, notably the high gasoline price, which made the Egyptians tun to cheap alternatives.
The team or the university administration has yet to announce the future projects of the bike, but we will certainly see it on the production line of a major company, and if not, it will of course be the prototype of an electric bicycle that will achieve unparalleled success.
BMW Motorrad has used the quintessential twin-cylinder boxer engine as a styling element to link modern technology with an iconic past.
Cabinet approves new amendment obligating vehicle ownership transfer to buyers
Egyptian market unqualified to receive electric cars, hybrids
The automotive sector has recently been through several developments and decisions, which led to a leap in the domestic industry. The Egyptian government has taken various initiatives in an effort to create a strong automotive industry.
Electric cars most prominent player in next session of Automech Formula: Khafagy
High profit margin is the main reason behind recession in used car market
The German car automaker, BMW, revealed on Tuesday the Motorrad Vision DC Roadster, an electric version of its two-cylinder motorbike which has been produced by the German company since the 1920s, however, BMW has swapped out its much-loved engine for an electrified battery pack
Egypt important market of Daimler for passenger cars, busses, says Schäfer
Mostafa excludes impact of car sales on dollar
His main task was to convert the company into a new independent company controlling all Nissan operations in the Nordic and Baltic countries for three years from 2005 to 2008. In 2008, Whitfield took the position of managing director of Nissan South Africa, and remained in office for more than 11 years until May 2019.