The National Authority for Military Production, Helwan Company for Workshop Tools (Factory 999) and M Glory Holding company are partnering in the project to manufacture and market EM vehicles, he said.

The vehicle will have different models with single and double cabs, he said, adding that such a cooperation will help create more environment-friendly vehicles.

Gamea said producing bi-fuel vehicles is an important step on the road of converting to clean energy, localizing car manufacturing activities, luring more investments to such a vital industry and optimizing the use of Egypt's natural gas wealth.

She lauded the important role played by the Military Production Ministry in producing such kind of vehicles, underlining the importance of enhancing industrial cooperation between the government and national and global companies operating in the vehicle manufacturing domain.

M Glory Holding president Majida al Azazi said the new vehicle has many distinguished features, including comfortable seats, high safety, strong air condition and directional stability on all roads.

She added that the EM pickup with double cab was tested on Egypt roads over the past three months, noting that it covered 25,000 kilometers with no problem to mention.