Kenya’s Mobius Motors To Launch Mobius II Model In 2017

Earlier this week announced the upcoming launch of their new Mobius II model. I wrote about this company ages ago on this blog here when they were just getting their start in Kenya and it looks like they are growing well and innovating massively as a homegrown automotive brand.

The new Mobius II combines sleek modern styling with rugged performance engineering to handle all road conditions in Kenya. In many ways, its reminiscent of a Land Rover car with a ‘chunky’ design language and timeless aesthetics. Mobius Motors’ pitch is that the Mobius II is built for Africa, with the durability required to traverse rural terrain reliably and in comfort. The new Mobius II is currently in the engineering and test phase with production launch in Kenya scheduled for 2017.

Mobius Motors originally designed and manufactured the first-generation Mobius II in Kenya, which fully sold out early in 2016. The next-generation Mobius II model will be manufactured at higher volumes and will offer a rugged chassis structure, high ground clearance, excellent suspension, and plenty of cargo space. In addition, the new Mobius II will offer new features such as power steering, sealed side windows, lockable doors, improved audio and more.

The company is currently accepting pre-orders for the new Mobius II. To learn more about the product, the company and how to place a pre-order, contact the Mobius Sales team via sales@mobiusmotors.com or call 0719-582-470.

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  1. December 15, 2016 at 2:41 pm — Reply

    The improvement is very noticeable and commendable as well. The covered sides is a big one also since many town folks would want to try it and would be worried about the safety of items left in the car. I’m not sure how the improvement on Mobius II will affect pricing given that Mobius I was ksh 950,000 before tax.

  2. Ken
    January 11, 2017 at 7:49 am — Reply

    Are you aware that Mobius II will have an Indian Engine? They are cheating Kenyans with a failed ambassador engine from India. We will see how many of these vehicles will be left on the side of the road. They have refused to tell us what engine it is, my sources inside Mobius have told me it is a failed ambassador engine from INDIA!!!!! why cheat Kenyans???
    The ambassador vehicle failed in India so they had huge stocks of surplus engines thus Mobius went and has negotiated a cheap price for these failed ambassador engines. They failed in India how can they succeed in Kenya?
    Kenya is being used as a dumpsite for a brand that failed in Inda.
    Look underneath the hood. I have been told that the commercial director Marcus Shroder, has bragged that the vehicle is quote my words “SHIT” and should be a prototype and not sold to Kenyans.

    Kenyans are going to be conned there hard earned cash.

    The car is not safe at all and has not passed the international road safety crash test standards ask them for the crash test certificate.

    Ask Joel Jackson to tell the truth about the source of the engines.

    Ambassador closed down in 2014 thus those engines have been sitting there since then.

    Regards Ken


  3. saina
    September 5, 2017 at 10:53 pm — Reply

    If the claims by KEN are true then the company should come out clear with all those certificates to prove that this car is worth my money. will I get sth that i’ll be proud of.

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