NETHERLANDS and Argentina are set to battle for a spot in the World Cup semi-final in Qatar, and fans can expect fireworks.
Goals from Memphis Depay, Daley Blind and Denzel Dumfries helped the Dutch secure a place in the round of 16 against the United States.
twoMemphis Depay opened the scoring for the Netherlands against the United StatesCredit: Getty
twoLionel Messi (L) and Julian Alvarez (R) scored against AustraliaCredit: AP
And Argentina followed suit thanks to a 2-1 win over Australia, where Lionel Messi was the star of the show once again.
Messi, 35, is desperate to emulate soccer legend Diego Maradonna in guiding the Argentines to World Cup success.
Plus, that's the only major piece of silver Messi has ever competed for and never got his hands on.
However, the Netherlands will be on a revenge mission for what happened when the teams clashed during the 2014 edition.When is Holland vs Argentina? The Netherlands' match against Argentina will take place on Friday, December 9. The World Cup quarter-final clash is scheduled to kick off at 7pm UK time. The Lusali Stadium is the assigned venue for this eye-catching contest and can hold a staggering 88,966 fans. Argentina eliminated the Netherlands from the semifinal stage on penalties in 2014. On which television channel is it broadcast and can it be broadcast live? Netherlands vs Argentina will be broadcast LIVE on BBC One in the UK. Coverage will begin at 6:15pm UK time, 45 minutes before kick-off. Viewers also have the option of streaming the game live via the BBC iPlayer app or the BBC Sport website. Can I watch it for free?
YES! Fans in the UK can watch the Netherlands vs. Argentina game for FREE as long as they have a valid TV license.What are the odds?
after 90 minutesNetherlands 5/2 Draw 2/1 Argentina 6/5
To qualifyNetherlands 10/13 Argentina 10/6
*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication
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The United States is back in the round of 16 of the World Cup and will face the Netherlands on Saturday. Kickoff is at 10 am Eastern Time.
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Christian Pulisic's 39th-minute goal lifted the US to a 1-0 victory against Iran and a berth in the knockout stage. The Netherlands won Group A by defeating the host nation Qatar, 2-0.
Who: USA vs. Holland.
When: Saturday, December 3, 2022.
Time: 10 am Eastern time.
Where: Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan (45,857).
Television: Fox, Telemundo.
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Bottom line: Netherlands -118, USA +350.
Read some of what Ronald Blum of the Associated Press wrote in his preview of this Round of 16 matchup.
Gregg Berhalter felt like a student when he signed with Dutch club Zwolle 28 years ago. The USA coach plans to apply the lessons he learned when the Americans play the Netherlands on Saturday for a spot in the World Cup quarterfinals.
“I went to the Netherlands fresh out of university and (wasn't) fully prepared for soccer at a professional level,” Berhalter said Friday. "If I wasn't in the Netherlands, I don't think I would have had that building that really helped shape my ideas."
Now 49, Berhalter will match tactics against Louis van Gaal, at 71 the oldest World Cup coach. Van Gaal guided the Netherlands to third place in the 2014 tournament and won seven league titles with Ajax, AZ Alkmaar, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
That success means little to the demanding Oranje fans.
"If I have to believe the Dutch media, we will never be world champions," Van Gaal said in Dutch. “In 2014 it was exactly the same. Extremely negative. Now it's the same again. I'm used to it, and I think my players are used to it, so we'll go ahead calmly."
He then jokingly added in English: “Maybe you can take a picture of yourself now after this statement.”
He smiled and said, "Cheese."
Van Gaal, who is out of contract after the World Cup, deflected questions about whether he would train in Africa or replace Roberto Martinez, who parted ways with Belgium after his team was eliminated on Thursday.
“You have to convince my wife,” he said.
The Netherlands, losing finalists in 1974, 1978 and 2010, began this tournament with a 2-0 victory over Senegal, drew Ecuador 1-1 and beat Qatar 2-0 to top Group A.
Van Gaal's side have been criticized at home for an alleged lack of attacking style despite an 18-match unbeaten run.
“I laugh because there is always criticism in the Netherlands. How many Bond (national team) coaches are there in the Netherlands? sixteen million. Isn't that what they say? Seventeen million now? Berhalter said. “I think Louis van Gaal has tough enough skin. He realizes that his job is to deliver wins."
The Americans have several Dutch ties. American sports director Earnie Stewart grew up in the Netherlands, as did current right-back Sergiño Dest.
“It's going to be a lot of fun playing against the country I was born in,” Dest said. "I know almost all the guys there."
Dest was teammates with Dutch defender Daley Blind at Ajax before moving to Barcelona and then AC Milan.
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*Kicks off 16 days of activism Lagos State government through its Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency has commenced the 16 Days of Activism to rid the State of the menace of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence.
In a statement, on Friday, the Executive Secretary Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency DSVA, Mrs TitiLola Vivour-Adeniyi said the State Government is kicking off the 16 Days of Activism with 16 pivotal ways to ameliorate and address the grappling issues of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence that individuals and communities are faced with, a resultant impact which in most cases is devastating to the good.
“Today, each of the 16 Days of Activism will be saddled with a New hope to be given by the Governor, Mr Babajide Olusola Sanwoolu.
Some of the activities earmarked for the 16 days activities include: Advocacy Walk in Epe; Engagement of 3000 children on preventing Child Abuse; Door to door community engagements; Market fiestas, and engagement of the youth “We would also use this opportunity to showcase the different interventions of the State, under the able leadership of Governor Sanwo OLU.
Some of these include, the provision of shelter for survivors of domestic violence, the launch of the Domestic and Sexual Violence Trust finds, the provision of 24/7 access to free legal, psychosocial, rescue and Counselling services, not forgetting the launch of the Sexual Intervention Trust Fund which now provides access to FREE medical attention to survivors of Domestic and sexual violence at designated Government facilities.
“We use this medium to reiterate the State Government’s zero tolerance for all forms of Sexual and Gender Based Violence and urge anybody experiencing any form of GBV to break the silence and report any concern to the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency via the toll-free line- 08000 333 333.
According to her, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign that kicks off on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs through 10 December, Human Rights Day “At the DSVA, we believe that preventive measures are the most efficient ways of addressing Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) issues.
To this end, we embark on several advocacy programs, which aim at reducing SGBV to at least a barest minimum.
The Agency will be leveraging on the global annual 16 days of activism for the elimination of violence against women, to heighten awareness on the issues of Gender-Based Violence in the state through several community engagement programs.
” She added that the Agency provides an opportunity for survivors and third parties to report cases of Domestic and Sexual Violence in Lagos State and these reported cases are tackled swiftly through the teamwork of Ministries, Department and partner Agencies, Gender-Based Violence Case Managers, the Police, Non-Governmental Organizations, Psychologists, Rescue team, Social Welfare, Health-care workers and the Judiciary.
Africa Tech Festival (https://bit.ly/3SgPRNo) will return to Cape Town from November 7-11, 2022 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
Once again, the super-powerful agenda will include discussions around the essential issues of policy and regulatory frameworks, as well as the need for all stakeholders to be on the same page for innovation and industry, to turn ideas into action for the advancement of the citizens of Africa.
One such example is Cape Town, which has firmly established itself as a technology and communications hub in South Africa and is also at the forefront on the African continent.
The latest round of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) totaling R103 billion (around USD5.7B) received in August this year, further reinforces why Africa Tech Festival selected Cape Town as its venue some 25 years ago.
Commenting on Cape Town's growth as an investment destination and hub for technology and communications, Councilor James Vos, a member of the Mayor's Committee for Economic Growth for the City of Cape Town, said: "On behalf of the Government We are proud and excited to welcome the Africa Tech Festival back to Cape Town. We strive to maintain our status as the destination of choice for innovators who want to launch bold ideas.
That is why the City funds programs that help upskill Capetonians for this sector “Through industry partners like the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative, we've enabled startups and individuals across the metro to access information resources for professional growth Technology is a key driver and enabler of economic opportunity at the individual and community level and I look forward to hearing from you.
ar about solutions that enable that, particularly for the regions of our continent that need it most.” James Williams, Director, Events | Connecting Africa | Informa Tech, commenting on the evolution of the Africa Tech Festival over the years, said: "Even with a crystal ball, I'm not sure we could have predicted just how exponential the growth of technology and its influence has become.
in everyday life, or that the event would continue to expand at the rate it has, helping industry and governments to connect the dots that will ultimately benefit the people of the continent”, “However, what is clear is that the technology's impact on economic sustainability is gaining traction, which is why there is an emphasis on politics and regulation across the board at this year's event."
All together on the same page Considering this directive to the event, to incorporate the necessary conversations on these issues and promote greater cooperation and collaboration between all parties, these are some of the key sessions that must be recorded: 'Coopeti tion': A New Shared Infrastructure Model in Africa - Infra 2.0 (https://bit.ly/3eM38Qy): Unraveling the value of more formal approaches to research, investment and knowledge sharing for the telecommunications industries of Africa, one that integrates government policy from the beginning -scenario.
Olusegun Okuneye, Divisional CEO, ipNX Business, and Samuel Kwabena Nkrumah, Head of Transmission and Transport, AirtelTigo Ghana, as well as Benoit Denis, Senior Economist, European Investment Bank, and Dr. Miriam Altman, Director: Altman Advisory & Professor, share ideas on this topic.
from 4IR Practice, University of Johannesburg (https://bit.ly/3D9ONXj).
On Tuesday, November 8, a panel entitled Sustainable Digitization (https://bit.ly/3Vz3w5z): Creating a socio-ecologically responsible policy for the new digital Africa will take place.
This will include a discussion exploring how the development of the African-European Partnership, established in 2020, can use the EU's 150 billion to help build policies to tackle climate change across the continent.
Leading these talks is Olamide Oguntoye, Director of Policy - Climate Innovation at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, along with Olunfunso Somorin, African Development Bank and Seja Kekana of Nedbank.
Progressive politics is the foundation for any country seeking to embrace the 4IR and create a digital economy.
The role of regulation is equally vital in ensuring that laws are fair and pragmatic.
Regulation is also key to enabling fintech to reach its full potential and ensuring that it offers consumer protection.
As a result, the next Panel on Fintech Regulation in Africa (https://bit.ly/3TzZKXH): will be key to explore and provide answers to the challenges of building sound policies for the sector, will explore regulatory convergence.
In addition, the rise of cybercrime, ransomware, and digital identity theft pose significant threats: In 2021 alone, cybercrime reduced GDP in Africa by 10%, resulting in a loss of $4 billion.
This trend is affecting trust in the digital space.
The lack of broad regional policies on cybersecurity is creating opportunities for cybercriminals to infiltrate systems, and there will be several panels to examine what needs to happen for stakeholders to respond to the rise in cyberattacks across the continent, including one in the Agenda of the African Union.
2063 (https://bit.ly/3s5n4B0) and another on developing effective policy and data governance frameworks to deliver West African digital potentials that will seek to answer questions such as whether there should be a pan-African cybersecurity framework and how effective it is.
Does the AU Cybersecurity Expert Group provide guidance to these governments to ratify policies?
Who owns your data?
In a panel: Developing Effective Policies and Data Governance Frameworks to Deliver West African Digital Potentials (https://bit.ly/3TyjmeL), West African regulators and policymakers will demonstrate how they are advancing digital transformation and the data governance frameworks of the region.
while exploring the process of creating and implementing an appropriate technology policy.
On Wednesday, November 9, a detailed discussion will address what governments across the continent can do to encourage the acceleration of data centers built in Africa, which is especially important given that Africa accounts for less than 1% of the global supply of data centers.
Data localization is also a key issue for Africans and government incentives to develop special economic zones and industrial parks that provide tax breaks for data centers could help.
Google, for example, recently announced that it would establish a cloud-hosted data center region in South Africa.
What more needs to be done so that Africans' data stays with them?
Eager to learn more, then schedule an appointment to attend Fireside chat: Fighting Africa's White Space Capacity Problem (https://bit.ly/3Fbv8Ij).
What's up tomorrow?
The 4IR has already transformed Africa.
This is, however, only part of the story.
Looking ahead, there is a panel: Going Global: African Tech's Place on the International Stage (https://bit.ly/3SnfoVy).
Taking place on Wednesday 9 November, this session investigates the urgent priorities that remain for the continent and how collaboration is crucial to ensuring it takes its rightful place on the global technology stage.
The discussion will also reveal how modern solutions and partnerships can address heritage infrastructure, as well as policy and education challenges to unlock the potential of Africa's young and tech-friendly populations.
An equally important presentation on this topic, Tech Horizons: Innovation Trends for Africa's Next Decade (https://bit.ly/3s9moL2), will explore on November 10 the support networks and vehicles driving technological innovation in Africa: politics and legislation, market access, APP.
A healthy part of the future is looking for affordable and accessible healthcare, a Panel: Scaling and Sustaining Healthtech in Africa: Leveraging Diverse Expertise to Maximize Impact (https://bit.ly/3ESAx6I) taking place on Thursday, November 10 , will focus on the government policy and public-private sector partnerships that will determine Africa's next vitality.
All access to the Internet, always on and available For everything to happen in Africa, there is a radical need for all citizens to have access to digital solutions.
On Thursday, November 10, a host of insightful discussions will be devoted to this topic, Panel: Not All Internet Is Created Equal - Unlocking Meaningful Connectivity (https://bit.ly/3TykjUn), and a Keynote Panel: The Rise of the African OMV (https://bit.ly/3gkrRvL).
This panel session will look at how MVNOs are evolving away from price differentiation to create value-added services that provide more personalized and customer-centric experiences, and how regulators are striving to build fairer and more modern carrier ecosystems to enable open access to spectrum allocation and expansion of new markets and sectors.
Also, to come up, there is a discussion of how not all internet is created equal, unlocking meaningful connectivity (https://bit.ly/3CM0rGL).
The focus here will be looking at the geographic, gender, and financial factors that underpin many of these connectivity trends, and the importance of policy and technological innovation in addressing these barriers, with speakers like Onica Makwakwa, (https://bit.ly / 3DaPAr5), Head of the Africa Region Alliance for Affordable Internet and the World Wide Web Foundation.
More information can be found on the Africa Tech Festival website here (https://bit.ly/3TArBak).
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"Africa has enough resources to power itself entirely on clean energy.
So the question for most of the continent is not to transition to clean energy or reduce emissions in power generation, but how to effectively finance development."
of clean energy in the continent.
Kellie Murungi Director of Investments, East African Power Each year, the Africa Tech Festival (https://bit.ly/3Uj7v5I) addresses some of the most pertinent and pressing issues facing the socio-economic future of the African continent and the role that technology and communications' plays to facilitate this progression.
One of the hottest topics to be tackled is climate change, and with the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer on September 16, there's no better time than to look under the hood and see what's on offer at the event.
of this year.
There have been rumors from scientists about the dangers of products and appliances to the ozone layer for many years.
Toiletries such as aerosol sprays and shaving creams, as well as pulsating products such as refrigerators and air conditioners, all of which were believed to be causing damage to the ozone layer, were lined up as possible public enemies.
As with most warnings from the scientific community, everyone ignored it until the theory came true in 1985, when a hole in the ozone layer was detected.
With the planet's natural sun shield now compromised, the world (particularly the corporate world) was forced to redesign aerosol cans, foam cans, refrigerators, and air conditioners.
The industry acted quickly, including adapting factories, waste systems and recycling practices, to ensure they were ready for the rafts of regulations that would follow.
One of the most important was the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, which entered into force on September 16, 1987.
The Montreal Protocol was an important declaration of intent by world leaders and marked a turning point unprecedented turning point in the history of environmental protection.
and was ratified by every country in the world in 2008.
These changes have also had an impact in helping with the next big challenge facing our planet: global warming.
One industry that has expanded massively since the humble "low-tech" days of the 1980s is the electronics and communications industry.
Whereas in the 1980s perhaps one in three households in the industrialized world had a personal computer, for example, today that figure has potentially risen to two or three screens per person per household or more.
The global warming impact of all this production of display-based equipment is potentially huge, not to mention the energy required to power it.
The ICT sector has traditionally been a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, with data centers, for example, contributing 2% of global GHGs. The sector therefore also has real potential to play a role in combating climate change and taking steps to reduce energy consumption and operate more sustainably.
Consequently, Africa Tech Festival will organize a Fireside chat: What is the role of green ICTs in the fight against climate change, on Tuesday, November 8, and one on Green ICTs: building a continent powered by sustainable energy as a route towards affordable and reliable electrification for all.
The fireside chat will raise the central question of how the ICT sector can seek to reduce its own significant impact on greenhouse gases.
The panel will discuss best practice ways to reduce carbon emissions, as well as the potential impact of smart grids and smart cities in reducing Africa's carbon emissions.
Regarding clean energy development in Africa, Kellie Murungi, Chief Investment Officer of East African Power, notes that: "Africa has enough resources to be completely powered by clean energy.
So the issue for most of the continent is not transition to clean energy or reducing emissions in power generation, but how to effectively finance clean energy development on the continent."
A keynote address at AfricaCom, entitled 'How carbon reduction can accelerate the creation of a digital economy', will highlight the big question for the African continent, which is how governments can help tackle climate disaster without affecting the basic needs of their people.
"Although Africa may still have many challenges on its way, there are also many opportunities for rapid advancement if the right questions are asked, such as how the continent can get ahead of the curve and co working across countries to build financially viable energy projects, for example.
instance,” says James Williams, Director, Events | Connecting Africa | Information technology.
“Africa's economic future depends on the rapid development of ICT and related infrastructure across the continent, but it is essential that all future projects and implementations are in line with global best practice in terms of greenhouse gas emissions” Williams adds.
"Our hope is that AfricaCom will play a major role in connecting entrepreneurs, large corporations and major public sector players to create local innovations that can help drive these changes."
Also worth attending: Tuesday 8th November 2022, 14:00 - 14:45 Panel: Africa's future must be powered by renewables Although sub-Saharan countries (excluding South Africa) are only responsible for 0.55% of the carbon emissions, 7 of the 10 countries most vulnerable to climate change are in Africa.
This session will explore how the continent can harness its breadth of resources to become a leader in renewable energy production and reduce its vulnerability to the effects of climate change.
Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 14:45 - 15:30 Fireside Talk: Championing Sustainable Energy as a Pathway to Affordable and Reliable Electrification for All and as a Central Pillar of Africa's 4IR Wednesday, November 9, 2022, 12:50 - 13:15 Fireside Chat: Central Africa's role in the green energy revolution Central African countries have some of the lowest rates of access to electricity on the entire continent with resources in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, for example, which cover less than 10% of the population.
However, given the climate, it is an ideal region to implement clean energy solutions to combat climate change and meet the basic needs of the population Wednesday, November 2022, 6pm-8pm Africa Tech Festival Awards, with the announcement of the winner of the Green ICT Champion of the Year Award, an exclusive recognition to the leading person or organization in the development and integration of sustainable energy solutions.
To view the full AfricaCom 2022 calendar program please visit https://bit.ly/3xqxmi9 More information can be found on the Africa Tech Festival website here (https://bit.ly/3QM3JhW) FREE delegate passes are available Available here (https://bit.ly/3QKqhj5) MEDIA: Use this link (https://bit.ly/3xnnhT2) to sign up for accreditation and advance news about announcements, etc.
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has warned against the use a cosmetic product, YW Cosmetics Glycolic Acid containing 70 per cent content.The warning is contained in a public alert with No. 0322022, signed by the Director-General of the agency, Prof. Moji Adeyeye, on Tuesday ìn Abuja.Adeyeye stated that the agency was equally informed of the product by German Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL).According to her, 70 per cent of glycolic acid is a strong acidic alpha hydroxyl-acid (AHA) and is the most popular used in skin care.She said that the product was manufactured from sugar cane, and “is the smallest AHA, and the most effective at getting into the skin”.“’It is a substance that chemically exfoliates the skin by dissolving dead skin cells and oils.“Products containing AHAs are marketed for a variety of purposes, such as smoothing fine lines and surface wrinkles, improving skin texture and tone, unblocking and cleansing pores, and improving skin condition in general.“Alpha hydroxy acids can also cause mild skin irritation, redness, swelling, itching, and skin discoloration.“Facial peels left on the skin for periods longer than recommended can cause severe burns to the skin.“The product comes in a 50ml bottle and is traded online without a batch and lot identification number,” Adeyeye said.According to her, NAFDAC implores consumers to exercise caution in the use of Y the cosmetics.“Healthcare professionals, consumers and patients are encouraged to report adverse events related to the use of this product to the nearest NAFDAC office, NAFDAC PRASCOR on (20543 TOLLS FREE from all networks).“The public is also encouraged to report adverse effects via firstname.lastname@example.org or via the NAFDAC ADR e-Reporting platform available at www.nafdac.gov.ng(
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) says it received safety information from the European Rapid Alert System for dangerous non food products (RAPEX) that a cosmetic product, Placentyne Hair Lotion, has been banned.The information is contained in a public alert with No. 00332022, signed by the Director-General of the agency and issued to News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Saturday.According to the alert, the product is said to contained a mixture of preservatives Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone (MCI and MI) which are forbidden in leave-on cosmetics.The statement stated that the product is sold in a 12 ampoules x 10ml cardboard box manufactured by an Italian company, Linea Italiana di Benazzi Anna & SAS with a barcode No. 8029550000126It added that Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone (MCI and MI) are common preservatives which are found in many liquids personal care products, which have been linked to lung toxicity, allergic reactions and possible neurotoxicity.“Both chemicals inhibit bacterial growth in cosmetic products on their own, but they are most commonly used as a mixture in products.“NAFDAC implores importers, distributors, retailers, healthcare providers and consumers to immediately stop importation, distribution, sale and use of Placentyne Hair Lotion 12ampoules x 10ml by Linea Italiana di Benazzi Anna & SAS“Members of the public in possession of the recalled lots of the product are implored to discontinue sale or use and handover stock to the nearest NAFDAC office,” it said.The statement also encouraged healthcare professionals, consumers and patients to report adverse events related to the use of this product to the nearest NAFDAC office, or NAFDAC PRASCOR (20543 TOLLS FREE from all networks).It advised the public to make any report about the product via email@example.com or via the NAFDAC ADR e-Reporting platform available at www.nafdac.gov.ng. (
"Performance Smart Electric SUV - VOYAH FREE" was launched in Europe when it was selling well in the Chinese market for nearly a year. On June 11, 2022, the VOYAH showroom, located at Klingenberggt, 7 in central Oslo, Norway, opened. More than 100 people, including guests, media and customer representatives, gathered to witness the opening of business that day, during which the VOYAH FREE "Intelligent High-Performance Electric SUV" and the "Flagship Luxury Electric MPV VOYAH Dream made their debut together.
Lu Fang, CEO and CTO of VOYAH Automobile, said: “VOYAH, a high-end new energy brand launched by Dongfeng Motor Group, is committed to the seamless integration of driving performance and intelligent technology, to shape the influence China global. brands In the future, VOYAH will use Dongfeng's powerful overseas resources and innovative technology and business model to deliver a new smart electric vehicle experience."
Torje Aleksander Sulland, CEO of Electric Way, a Norwegian distributor of VOYAH, said: “VOYAH's beautiful body lines, unique design concept and spirit of exploration contained in the oriental story of the great wing-spreading falcon are from the people's liking. VOYAH FREE's powerful performance, ultimate driving pleasure, safety technology and high-quality electric experience also make driving safe and sound. We think the Nordics will favor VOYAH.”
VOYAH FREE, the first VOYAH Automobile model to be exported to Europe, supports Norway's local geographic climate, environmental protection concept, and market demand for high-end electric vehicles. VOYAH FREE has the power advantage comparable to super-running, with stable battery performance. In addition, it has 100mm up and down adjustable air suspension and intelligent four-wheel drive of the whole car. It matches the four driving modes of "economy, comfort, high efficiency and output", adapting to complex road conditions and satisfying Norwegian users in various ways.
Through deliberate preparation and hard work, VOYAH's first overseas showroom carries VOYAH's brand concept, and through the ingenious integration of life texture, future technology and Chinese elements , embodies "temperature-sensitive scientism." It is reported that Norwegian users can schedule a VOYAH FREE test drive appointment shortly after the opening of the Oslo VOYAH Showroom. In the fourth quarter of this year, the Norwegian market will start the mass delivery of new cars.