Africa’s First Sports Car Is Made Out Of Plastic

Young entrepreneur entrepreneur Jerry Issac Mallo created Africa’s first-ever continental sports car.
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Young entrepreneur entrepreneur Jerry Issac Mallo created Africa’s first-ever continental sports car.

Made in Nigeria and available in West Africa, Mallo’s company, Bennie Technologies Ltd., made history as the first Afro-centric sports car, Black Business reported.

The red luxury car, called the Bennie Purrie, is made out of recyclable material, making it eco-friendly. Instead of using materials like aluminum alloy or galvanized sheets to protect the car’s hood and exterior, the Bennie Purrie uses recycled fiberglass, also known as reinforced plastic.

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