Finally, the Mobius II has debuted. This comes in the midst of a generation long Japan automobile domination of the Kenyan motor industry with brands such as a Toyota, Nissan, Honda and many more. However, the Kenyan made Mobius is a sign of relief for Kenyans who long to extend the support of their own into the automobile industry.
Mobius II is the 2nd generation of the Mobius truck and has come with even more promise.
The build quality of this truck easily explains its vision as it was designed for the rough terrain. The conceptualization of this car was done by Patrick Mbugua of Cloud CG studio Kenya.
Some of the exciting features of the 2nd generation Mobius is first, the structural design which is quite current and can easily compete with what is in the market. It has a solid and rugged outlook which might be favored by Men.
Under the body this vehicle sports a robust steel space-frame mounted onto a longitudinal ladder chassis, under the hood, you’ll find a 16 valve and VVT (Variable Valve Timing) engine. This engineering makes the vehicle powerful even in low speeds.
You’ll notice that the Mobius II is quite high, this is because of the 330mm ground clearance making it perfect for off-roading.
The infotainment system
The interior is minimalistic with a basic dashboard, simple odometer and an infotainment system. This infotainment system is however not so basic. It incorporates GPS navigation, WiFi connectivity, multimedia, USB connection, NFC (Near Field Communication) and Bluetooth® 4.0 for hands-free calling.
It has a high definition 8” touch screen display and also offers seamless mirroring of any smartphone via Mirror-Link technology, maximizing access to phone data and functionality.
While everything about Mobius II is excellent, some might argue that it could do better. For instance, it could have done better with an addition of two more doors making it a four door. The transmission could have been flipped into an automatic and the interior might have needed a little more detailing.
That notwithstanding, Mobius II has a feature that is better than the rest. The price tag. You can get this car at only 1.3 million Kenyan shillings which is a huge bargain compared to cars of the same age and standard.
To order the Mobius II just click on the link below head over to their website and design your own or book a test drive.
Over the past years we’ve seen a huge number of engineers try their hand at this enormous fit, some with more foresight than others but all in all, self-sustenance is key. And to achieve that we need to support our own. To have seen the strides and the direction Mobius from the first-generation Mobius I to now the Mobius II is very encouraging and is a sign of better things to come.