Produced in Mghira, in the governorate of Ben Arous by a Tunisian company and engineers, the Bako electric car will be on the market in April 2024.
Compact and practical, Bako is the name of the electric car made in Tunisia that has just left Boubaker Siala’s workshops in Mghira, in the governorate of Ben Arous.
With three seats, a sunroof, a reversing camera, and air conditioning, the one-by-two-meter prototype looks great.
Fully rechargeable at home, this electric car does not require a driver’s license, vignette or registration. Market launch is scheduled for April 2024, at an average price of 15,000 dinars.
The Bako will be available in two versions, with top speeds of 45 km/h and 90 km/h.
For the time being, the company behind this electric car has just announced several orders for Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the Netherlands.