Abuja Motor show has over the years remained one of the major avenues to showcase latest automobiles to auto patrons in the Federal Capital Territory.
Hence, the latest edition which held recently, witnessed the impactful presence of the newly introduced Jetour auto to the admiration of fair visitors.
The 23rd Abuja Motor Fair, which held at the International Conference Centre (ICC), had the full compliments of the different Jetour models.
The Jetour Mobility Services beautifully decorated pavilion had on display the Jetour X70-Liberty; Jetour X70 Plus-Elegance; Jetour X90 Plus-Cruise and Jetour Dashing.
After the event’s official opening ceremony, the special guests including a representative of the Director General of the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC), Mr. Joseph Osanipin, who is a Director in the Council, had the opportunity to visit each of the stands at the fair.
The NADDC Director could not resist the urge to feel some of Jetour models on display as he stepped into the driver’s seat to access the dazzling dashboard and other resplendent interior.
Obviously impressed about what he saw, he exclaimed, “This is beautiful.”
Another visitor, Alhaji Abbah Abdullahi, who came with his team to the Jetour place, said: “This is obviously one of the best brands from China.”
According to the company, the brand is equipped with reliable technologies like the “electronic control unit, vehicle controller and other Neighbourhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) -related core technologies. Intelligent driving, intelligent networking, Vehicle to Everything (V2X), Al, big data and electric system and other technologies are widely used in Jetour Automobile, among other features.
The brand’s reliability is confirmed by the more than 15,000 hours of bench testing, which is equivalent to more than 10 years of user experience, and over 2 million kilometres of vehicle testing.
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