Otumfuo Osei Tutu II buys 3 customized Kantanka SUVs

Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has set the pace by buying himself three customized Kantanka Otumfuo vehicles. The Asantehene received the customized 4X4 SUVs at his residence at Manhyia Palace delivered by the company.

Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has set the pace by buying himself three customized Kantanka Otumfuo vehicles.  The Asantehene received the customized 4X4 SUVs at his residence at Manhyia Palace delivered by the company.

The customized “Kantanka Otumfuo” SUV has unique features which includes an exclusive interior african (kente) print which represents the royal colours of the kingdom, a customized Otumfuo tag behind the vehicle, and a reverse notification in the Twi dialect to alert people.

The Kantanka SUV is fuel efficient with the engine capacity of 2.4 MPI and a fuel consumption of 10.3 liters covering 100km. The king was struck with shock when he finally test-drive his new made in Ghana car. He applauded the good works of Apostle Dr. Ing. Kwadwo Safo and his Kantanka Automobile Company and urged the government and other institutions in the country to follow suit by patronizing the vehicles to encourage and motivate private ventures and also reduce or perhaps, ban the importation of vehicles.

The Kantanka Otumfuo vehicle is worth GHS 150,000 with technical features which includes, rear view camera, dual airbags, Radio, FM/AM, DVD, GPS system, 7-inch monitor, Leather Steering Wheel with Audio and Bluetooth, USB/AUX Interface, and other features. The two customized cars are yet to be delivered to the Asantehene on a scheduled date. See more of the new Kantanka SUV.

See Pictures of Handing Over of Customized Kantanka Onantefo SUV to Asantehene at Manhyia Palace

  • Otomfuo Customized Kantanka Onantefo SUV
    Otomfuo Customized Kantanka Onantefo SUV

Kantanka Automobile has three models of vehicles ranging from SUV, Mini SUVs and PICKUPS. Government institutions and the individuals who are now using Kantanka cars includes Office of the Vice President at the Flagstaff House, WAEC Head office, National Pension Revenue Authority (NPRA), Ghana Police head office, and host of other individuals.