“I want to have one for my own ride,” he told Tempo, Tuesday, January 3, 2012. Forester is one of the vocational students Residents who participated Esemka assemble cars.
Currently, the car is already in use Surakarta Deputy Mayor Hadi Rudyatmo as his official car. While the car is assembled two vocational students used Surakarta Mayor Joko Widodo.
In SMK Citizens, there are five children who were involved in the assembly since September 2011. They currently sit in class III Automotive F. They assemble ranging from zero to finished vehicle Esemka.
Students other assemblers, Yanuar Oki, 17, said Esemka comfortable car to drive and fuel efficient. “Capacity 1,500 cc engine and EFI technology has been used,” he who got the machine assembled.
Mukhorrobin Muhammad, 18, said they were proud to be part of the car assemblers Esemka. “It’s incredible pride,” he said.
Therefore, he determined to improve the ability to study in the automotive department. “Actually, can offer to work at mining companies, but I choose to college,” he said.
The car is assembled students vocational and Motor Ways of using locally made parts 80 percent and 20 percent of imports. The car is financed education and Culture Minister M. Noah.
Happy faces seen on the face of Muhammad Siddeeq lucky. The reason, the car assembly 17-year-old student and his friends at the Vocational School Citizens of this fascinating people, including Surakarta Mayor Joko Widodo. “I am proud to join the team of fabricators,” he told Tempo, Tuesday, January 3, 2012.
Happenings his pride began in September 2011. At that time, Lucky along with four colleagues in the class III Automotive F involved in the process of car assembly in the laboratory Esemka automotive vocational Residents Surakarta. Assembly was completed 2.5 months later.
After assembling the cars that are considered successful by the mayor of Solo, he was no longer inferior to those who assemble cars at major manufacturers. “It turned out that our capabilities are not inferior to them,” he explained.
Sense of pride shared by Faisal Ahmad. Youth 17 years is happy to be involved in the assembly. “It feels good to extraordinary,” he said.
Prestige has also been experienced Madi, students in grade III Lightweight Vehicle Engineering A. He did not expect to welcome people who are so enthusiastic about the presence Esemka car. “I am delighted,” he said.
2 other vocational students, Okky Austriadi, hoping Esemka not just stop at the prototype, but it could be mass produced. “Hope can be a mass product,” he said.