WATCH | A look 'under the bonnet' of a homegrown Tunisian car brand

<i>Image: Euro News</i>
<i>Image: Euro News</i>

Two brothers from Tunisia are taking it upon themselves to venture into the automotive world with their unique motor company.

Founded in 2006WallysCar was set up by Omar and Zied Guiga, who had no prior experience in mechanical engineering.

Small beginnings

As is the case with any businesses trying to establish itself in the beginning, the brothers faced issues largely down to the fact that Tunisia is not a country accustomed to the car culture.

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The cool thing about these cars is that they are all made by hand.

The Izis and Iris are the brand's current models, both of which have similar front sections that can be likened to that of a Jeep Wrangler.

Compiled by: Robin Classen

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