His solution to the problem was to develop a car. The car he hoped to build would be easier to run, maintain and could handle the tough African terrain. His company’s first creation was the Mobius I, which was a working prototype. The company later set out to develop the second working prototype called the Mobius II. The Mobius II is a rugged, versatile and reliable low cost SUV designed and engineered to be used in the roughest of roads.
The front features boxy headlamps with separated indicator modules. The large grille allows more air to sip through in order to keep the engine cool. An integrated front bull bar and skid plate provide protection against damage especially when off-roading. The profile of the car is characterized by the Mobius II’s large wheels and hinged doors. The roof features rails for tying down items. Access to the interior is made easier by the integrated side steps. At the rear, the Mobius II features a rear step while the door is hinged as well. The rear lights feature integrated modules for the reverse, brake and indicator lights.
|Tubular steel monocoque|
|Raised height and large wheels|
|Interior design (Image courtesy of Mobius)|
Entertainment is provided by a single DIN radio and a set of speakers. The comfortable front seats feature integrated headrests and three point seat belts. The rear bench seats can accommodate up to six occupants. The seats feature two point seat belts for improved safety. The seats can be removed to increase rear storage space.