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Taliban’s Self-Made Supercar | Check This Out!

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The Taliban unveiled its first-ever supercar, ‘Mada 09’, at an event in the country. The Mada 09 is reportedly powered by a Toyota Corolla engine and built by an Afghan firm, ENTOP. It gets Toyota’s 1.8-liter DOHC 16-Valve VVT-i 4-cylinder petrol engine with several modifications which include an oil cooler and other performance upgrades In its stock form, the several applications of this particular engine in Toyota cars produced between 166 to 187bhp (depending on tuning and other factors). However, there is no word on how much power this particular modified version is making Meanwhile it also comes with an All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system and 5-speed manual transmission borrowed from the same aforementioned Corolla without any changes Additionally it also gets a set of wide tires that can be seen poking out of the extended fenders at each corner

The Afghan Taliban unveiled its first-ever supercar, ‘Mada 09’, at an event in the country.

mada 09The Taliban is a group of militants who take over Afghanistan. They are against the current government, its policies, and the US’s presence in Afghanistan. The Taliban was an ally of the US during its occupation of Afghanistan after 9/11, but they later became enemies because they were no longer able to control their territory and were forced out by foreign forces who came in after them.

The Mada 09 is reportedly powered by a Toyota Corolla engine.

The Mada 09 is reportedly powered by a Toyota Corolla engine. The 1.8-liter DOHC 16-Valve VVT-i 4-cylinder petrol engine is modified to power the car and has been tuned for better performance. It produces around 187 bhp of peak power, which is enough for acceleration.

The event was held in Afghanistan’s Kandahar and was attended by several top Taliban officials.

mada 9 afghanistanKandahar is the second largest city in Afghanistan, and was once known as “Afghanistan’s Rome.” It is a province and the capital of Kandahar Province, located in the southern part of Afghanistan.

The Taliban movement was founded here in 1994 by Mohammed Omar with other students at an American-run high school in Kandahar city. The founder himself moved to Pakistan after his son was killed by US forces during their invasion of Afghanistan (2001).

The Mada 09, as the car is called, is reportedly powered by a Toyota Corolla engine. It has been built by an Afghan firm called ENTOP.

The car was built with help from Japanese firm JNC Corporation Ltd., which had earlier helped build some other vehicles for the country’s security forces.

A spokesperson for ENTOP told Reuters that they have so far made five vehicles including one ambulance, two police cars, and two ambulances for Afghanistan National Security Forces (ANSF). The engine is a Toyota Corolla’s 1.8-liter DOHC 16-Valve VVT-i 4-cylinder petrol engine which has been modified to include an oil cooler and other performance upgrades. In its stock form, the several applications of this particular engine in Toyota cars produced between 166 to 187bhp (depending on tuning and other factors).

The Toyota Corolla is a compact car manufactured by Toyota, released in Japan in April 1975 and in North America as the first generation Celica/Cressida (known as the “T” models) in October 1979. It has been marketed under four different names: Corolla, Auris, and Camry.

However, there is no word on how much power this particular modified version is making. We don’t know what kind of engine it has or how much power it makes. We don’t know how much torque it makes either.

Meanwhile, it also comes with All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system and 5-speed manual transmission.

The car comes with All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system and 5-speed manual transmission borrowed from the same aforementioned Corolla without any changes. The car has been tuned to provide a quick response while maintaining its durability.

Additionally, Taliban’s Supercar also gets a set of wide tires that can be seen poking out of the extended fenders at each corner.

The car has been modified by Afghan firm ENTOP and is powered by a Toyota Corolla engine. Additionally, it also gets a set of wide tires that can be seen poking out of the extended fenders at each corner. The driver’s seat has been designed to look like an old-school bucket seat with straps for added comfort. The interior is where you’ll find some modern touches. With this particular car, the Taliban is trying to show their power and reach in the country. It may not be the most expensive or luxurious car on the market but it certainly is one worth looking at.

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