Kia showcases modern made-in-Nigeria models at Abuja auto fair

Kia showcases modern made-in-Nigeria models at Abuja auto fair

LAGOS – Kia Nigeria has unveiled all the new 2021 Made-In-Nigeria models at the recently concluded weeklong 21st Abuja International Auto Fair held in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Mr. Jimoh Olawale, the Marketing Manager, Kia Nigeria in a statement, said that the participation of the auto company at the fair in Abuja drew the attention of other participants at the fair and attracted the vast majority of the attendees of the event to have a close-up look and feel of the top of the line cars on display.

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Olawale stated that Kia’s presence at the auto fair continued to highlight the wealth of research and development that have gone into the brand’s products, which aims to attract a trendsetting audience.

Some of the models displayed at the fair by Kia Nigeria include Kia K900, K5, Kia Seltos, and Sonet, which allowed visitors to interact, engage and immerse themselves in the brand’s latest innovative technologies and top-of-the-segment vehicles.

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He added: “The fair is aimed at demonstrating the feats recorded by the auto policy for the past years. Organized by BKG Exhibitions, the fair highlighted the milestones achieved by the auto policy in the production of made-in-Nigeria vehicles to the Federal Government and the general public.

“The made-in-Nigeria vehicles are testaments to the success recorded in the industry over the years to make Nigeria a self-sustaining industrialized nation with locally produced vehicles.”

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The statement hinted further that in a bid to bring to the fore the ongoing transformation of Kia’s new design and brand relaunch, Kia Nigeria displayed its newly launched compact Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs), Seltos and Sonet.

Also at the fair is Kia’s global best-selling sedan, K5 combines a striking new design with a driver-focused interior, cutting-edge technologies, and all-new powertrain options – illustrating the premium qualities that the Kia brand now offers Nigerian customers, Olawale said.


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