The first Turkish car entered production: this is an innovative electric car (photo)
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The TOGG electric crossover was developed in just three years. The top 400-horsepower version of the model accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds and has a range of 500 km.
The production of cars of the national TOGG brand has started in Turkey. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took part in the ceremony of launching the conveyor of a new enterprise in the province of Bursa. This is reported by the Anadolu Agency.
The first Turkish car was the electric crossover TOGG 1. It will go on sale from March at prices ranging from $43,000 to $54,000. At first, the model will be available at home, and a year and a half later it will appear on the European market.
Turkish TOGG cars have been developed since 2019 and have invested about 3.7 billion dollars in its creation and construction of the plant. This is a project of the Automobile Enterprise Group consortium founded by businessman Mehmet Gürcan Karkas.
Turkish electric car TOGG – details and specifications
The TOGG electric car is a crossover 4.8 m long and with a wheelbase of 2.8 m. Its design with embossed sidewalls and a wide radiator grille was developed by the famous Italian studio Pininfarina.< /p>
The TOGG salon turned out to be very futuristic – six displays were installed there at once. Equipment includes a windshield projection with augmented reality and a semi-autonomous driving system.
There are two versions of the model to choose from. The base rear-wheel drive version will receive a 200-horsepower engine and will be able to accelerate to 100 km/h in 7.6 seconds and travel 300 km without recharging.
The top-end all-wheel drive version has two motors with a total output of 400 hp. With. In this case, acceleration to 100 km/h takes 4.8 seconds, and the range is 500 km.
Later, the TOGG line will be expanded with new models. An electric sedan has already been declassified, and then there will be a C-class hatchback, a minivan and a compact crossover. By 2030, production volumes will be increased to 175 thousand cars annually.