The Turkish Otomobili Girişim Grubu, or TOGG, held a lavish event to officially launch its manufacturing facilities. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, appeared at the event with a prototype of the company’s first C-segment SUV.
At the event, TOGG did not reveal the new model’s name, but it did provide some indications regarding the final production version. The EV is expected to have single and twin motor variants, two battery size options, and anticipated maximum ranges of 186 miles (300 kilometers) and 311 miles (500 kilometers), respectively.
Turkish Automobile Manufacturing Group, or TOGG, held a formal ceremony to officially launch its manufacturing facilities. The prototype of the company’s first C-segment SUV was on display as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the stage during the event.
At the occasion, TOGG gave some indications about the final manufacturing form but remained mum about the new model’s name. The highest ranges of the EV are expected to be 186 miles (300 kilometers) and 311 miles (500 kilometers), respectively. There will also be options for single and dual motors, two battery capacities, and these features, according to what is being informed.
The C-SUV, the brand’s debut vehicle, will go on sale in March 2023. We will have to wait until 2025 for the eagerly awaited C-Sedan, which debuted at CES 2022.
The C-Hatch model, which we witnessed being canceled at the unveiling, was replaced with the C-X Coupe. In 2026, this model will be available for purchase. Buyers will need to wait until 2027 for the cheapest B-SUV model, which is terrible.