The first Turkish car entered production (photo)

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The first Turkish auto posted in production (photo)

The TOGG electric crossover is offered in versions with a capacity of 200 and 400 hp. With. The top version accelerates to hundreds in 4.8 seconds and has a range of 500 km.

The production of the first car of its own design has started in Turkey. The first TOGG crossovers rolled off the assembly line of a new facility in the province of Bursa near Istanbul. Handelsblatt reports this.

The first Turkish car entered production (photo)

So far, Turkish TOGG cars are being assembled in small batches, and their full-scale assembly will begin in November. Sales of the debut model in Turkey and Europe will start in the first quarter of 2023.

TOGG cars are developed and manufactured by the Automobile Enterprise Group, a consortium founded by businessman Mehmet Gürcan Karkas. 3.7 billion dollars have been invested in the project. The first crossover prototype was presented in 2019 in the presence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

The first Turkish car entered production (photo)

The TOGG electric crossover was created with the participation of specialists from the famous Italian studio Pininfarina – it was they who developed the design of the car. The car has a discreet appearance with a wide radiator grille.

Six screens are installed in the cabin at once, and rear-view mirrors are replaced by cameras. Turkish electric car TOGG received an augmented reality system and an autopilot.

The first Turkish car entered production (photo)

The new TOGG is offered in 200-horsepower rear-wheel drive and 400-horsepower all-wheel drive versions. Acceleration to 100 km/h takes 7.6 and 4.8 s, respectively. The base version has a range of 300 km, while the top one has 500 km.

Soon, the TOGG sedan will join the crossover – it was already introduced at the beginning of the year. By 2030, they will introduce a C-class hatchback, a minivan and a compact crossover. The enterprise is capable of producing 175 thousand cars annually.

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