The "Muda 9", an Afghan-made supercar, maybe the most popular vehicle in both Pakistan and Afghanistan right now. When photos and videos of the vehicle were posted online in November, they quickly became popular on social media. The sleek automobile looks capable. The car was then put through its paces by the manufacturers on the snowy roads of Kabul on December 30, adding to its appeal to motorheads.

When Javed Afridi, the face of MG Pakistan, pledged his participation in the Afghanistan car price in Pakistan, the interest grew even more.

"Uniworld" is a supercar made in Afghanistan.

Sohail Shaheen, the Afghan government's top representative to the United Nations and a former Taliban spokesman, just tweeted about the vehicle. He posted a video of the automobile on Twitter with the caption, "Car unveiled by Afghan engineer M Raza Mohammadi".

To play a creative role in the development and reconstruction of Afghanistan, Shaheen called on "all eligible Afghan youth to rise to the occasion."

Again, the designers have yet to reveal the dimensions, specifications, or powertrain of this supercar. Despite the fact that it was a really stylish facade. Some believe that the car's engine and interior were specially made from parts from another car for sale in Pakistan. The official unveiling of its replacement will have to wait a little longer.

Supercar "Muda 9" was built by Afghan technicians and IT specialists. According to media sources and videos on social media, the car was completely built from scratch by Afghanistan's Nowari Center of Technical and Vocational Education. It is the result of a collaboration between ENTOP, the Afghanistan Innovation Center, and the Afghan IT Ministry. According to Mohammad Raza Ahmadi, CEO of ENTOP, the prototype has been in development for the past five years. They said they will showcase it at a car show in Qatar in December, but there is no word yet.

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Afghanistan-made supercars are now on the road.

An Afghan-built supercar made headlines online last month, receiving praise from both Afghans and Pakistanis.

Due to its Bugatti-inspired design, the sports new car prices in Pakistan known as the "Muda 9" is taking social media by storm. The latest video on social media shows the car being tested on the streets. The Mada 9 can be seen on the side of a snow-covered road with amazing grace and smoothness while sporting a dark look.

The Taliban hailed the country's first supercar.

According to Taliban Education Minister Abdul Baqi Haqqani, Afghanistan's first indigenous "supercar" is proof that the insurgent group will promote "religious and modern sciences". The Mada-9, designed by a Kabul-based engineering company, features unusual curves that cover a standard motor.

The Mada-9, which was recently unveiled at the Afghan Car Technical Vocational Institute (ATVI) in Kabul, is "robust and lightweight," according to ATVI director Ghulam Haider Shuhamat, and it will make Afghanistan "ready for wars, and conflicts." And will help lower your reputation due to grief."

India's First Post quoted Haqqani as saying that the project shows how the Taliban will introduce "religious and modern sciences to the masses" while speaking at its creator's workshop at the institute on Wednesday. Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban's main spokesman, claimed on Twitter that the car would boost Afghanistan's image.

Despite huge praise from the insurgents, the car was in the works for some time before the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan after the US withdrawal in 2021. Develop a working prototype from a concept.