In a Facebook post, the car manufacturing firm released pictures of the complete version of the vehicle.
It all started when a video of the 18-year-old JHS graduate who built a car with scraps went viral on social media and got people talking in Ghana and beyond.
In an interview, Odartei said the name of his car brand is “Kejelvesuims”. He said the brand name is was derived from “my name Kelvin and combination of Jesus.”
“So, I decided to build an aeroplane and I took it to school. The plane could fly to a certain level but I was not happy with it. I wanted it to fly higher and faster. So, I decided to build a car on my own instead.”
Odartey said that his main reason for building this car is to show his skills which he hopes will make him get help to further his education and also build better cars.
From a one-man car builder, Odartei now has a team of people he works with. He said that it is the teamwork that caused him to build a bigger car from the smaller ones he formally was making.