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The opening of the first factory for electric cars in the Middle East in Dubai
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MGallery Group Holding today laid the foundation stone for the first Emirati industrial facility for the manufacture of electric vehicles

MGallery Group Holding today laid the foundation stone for the first Emirati industrial facility for the manufacture of electric vehicles (EV) in Dubai Industrial City, affiliated with TECOM Group, which is one of the largest manufacturing and logistics centers in the region, at an investment cost of 1.5 billion dirhams.

Dubai Industrial City witnessed the launch of the first electric car called "Al Damani" under the slogan "Made in the Emirates", which is manufactured by the "Mglory" Holding Group of the United Arab Emirates.

The car is characterized by international standard specifications in terms of safety and integrated luxury, and it reaches a range of 405 kilometers on a single charge, and its price reaches 127.5 thousand dirhams.

The production capacity of the factory reaches 70,000 cars annually, and the factory extends over an area of ​​one million square feet and can accommodate several production lines that can host the manufacture of international car companies, and the factory is completely powered by robots.

The clean energy plant targets the Gulf, Arab and East Asian markets.

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