Keraboss Super K: The price of the first "Greek jeep" was announced!

Keraboss Super K

The response on the internet, and in particular on social media, is huge for the Keraboss Super K, a car made with Greek flair and that recently received the relevant certifications to circulate with Greek license plates.

According to News Auto, the selling price of the Keraboss Super K is around 22,000 euros + VAT. The capacity of the Keraboss manufacturing allows the company only a maximum of 75 vehicles per year.

Keraboss Super K

What needs to be emphasised is that the Super K is not a mass-produced car that comes out of some state-of-the-art factory, but one that is built and assembled in small facilities using traditional methods by hand. In fact, the company characterises it as an island-car.

Hence the higher cost, but also the hand-made construction since you can see how the interior reminds us of an old Smart or that the windows do not have glass. However, the company says that these are the prototypes and that there will be improvements. Note that there is ABS, airbags and air conditioning.

The thousandth engine is from Mitsubishi, it is slightly used and rebuilt with the registration tax at 120 euros. This is the first information and we there will be more about the Super K soo.

Keraboss Super K

"The way has been opened for an approved certified Greek car," declared the Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Michalis Papadopoulos at the event for the first presentation of the first car that was manufactured in Greece and received license plates.

Keraboss Super K

The Deputy Minister of Transport sent an open invitation to Greeks abroad who are involved in car manufacturing to return to Greece and do business, now that the ministry has created the legislative framework for corresponding initiatives.

"We support such initiatives and we will stand by any effort," he said.

You can find out more by calling 210-6420962 or seeing the car up close at 19 Vrilissou Street, PO Box 11476, Polygono, Athens.

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