Turkey introduced its own electric carDecember 28, 2019
On December 27, a national model was first released in Turkey. Taking into account the full significance of this historical moment in the literal sense of the word, the Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan himself conducted the demonstration.
The TOGG electric crossover can be 200-horsepower with rear-wheel drive or 400-horsepower with all-wheel drive – with one and two electric motors, respectively. The younger version will accelerate to 100 km / h in 7.6 seconds, and the older – for 4.8.
In addition, a declared range of 500 km, a charge in less than 30 minutes, and electronic assistants providing autopilot of the third level. Regarding the dimensions of the cross, only the height (1080 mm) and the wheelbase size (2800 mm) are known so far.
22 billion lire will be invested in the formation of TOGG production. The construction of the enterprise will be completed in 2021, and in 2022 the debut commodity electric car will be released. According to Erdogan, who promised to purchase a debut model, the charging infrastructure will be prepared in the country by the same time. At the same time, TOGG is going to work for export, starting, of course, from the European market.
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