The Hyundai Kona car comes with zero emission, 482km driving range, and can be charged both at home and workplace.
“With an innovation of Hyundai Kona, we do not need to put the pressure on what is the pump price of oil again, what is the pump price of petroleum again,” Mr Sanwo-Olu said on Friday.
According to him, the state government will partner with Ibile Oil and Gas and other private organisations to create different charging points in the city, so that people will have where to charge the cars.
In his address, Stallion Group Managing Director Rohtagi Manish said that the innovation was a step towards an eco-friendly green Lagos.
The vehicle when fully charged for 9 hours 35 minutes can go a distance of 482km (the equivalent of Lagos to Warri) before it requires charging again.