Kantanka Automobile, a Ghanaian owned car manufacturer is planning to roll out a new car with fingerprint ignition.
According to the automobile company, a new car with a system is being developed to enable drivers to start off their cars with fingerprints instead of keys.
The company expects the fingerprint ignition to go live hopefully by the first quarter of next year.
A video by the Kantanka automobile has proven that the new invention is in the testing phase.
Founded in 1994 by Kwadwo Safo Kantanka, Kantanka Automobile is an automotive assembler and manufacturer.
The company was incorporated as a limited liability company in 2004 to research into the manufacturing of automotive components.
Some inventions from the company include the Kantanka Odeneho I, an engineless car that was manufactured in 2012, Kantanka Daasebre, a four-wheel drive powered by a 4.4 liter V6 Kantanka diesel engine among others.
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