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TOGG prepares to leave the band

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Turkey’s Automobile Initiative Group (TOGG) is preparing to take the car off the line after 4 years of its establishment.

President and President of the AKP Tayyip ErdoganTOGG celebrates its 4th anniversary on June 25th.

The construction works of the TOGG plant, which began in Gemlik on 18 July 2020, are about to end. In the plant, where at least 30% of its employees will be women, the local population will be 51% at the start of production and will reach 68% in 2025.

Selected suppliers

Although a confidentiality agreement was signed to partner with 10 global companies around the world, all suppliers were selected for TOGG’s first vehicle.

75% of them are from Turkey and 25% are companies other than Europe and Asia.

It will be ready for mass production in the last quarter of the year.

A test track of 1.6 kilometers was also completed at the TOGG Gemlik plant. TOGG has completed one of the key phases of the work at the Gemlik plant, which is approaching test production step by step. After part inspections and verifications, he successfully produced the first C-SUV body from robot lines.

At the facility, where a total of 250 robots will be installed, trial production will begin at the end of July this year. Proceeding according to plan, TOGG will be ready for mass production in the last quarter of this year.

It will reach 80% full charge with a quick charge in less than 30 minutes.

The innate electric car with the longest wheelbase in its segment stands out for its technical characteristics as well as its design.

As a result, the Turkish car will reach 80% occupancy with a quick charge in less than 30 minutes. The car, which will have the autonomy options “300+” and “500+” kilometers with its innate modular electric platform, will be constantly connected to the center and will be able to receive updates remotely via 4G / 5G connection.

Equipped with a long-lasting battery pack provided by advanced battery management and active thermal management systems, the car can accelerate from 0 to 100km / h in under 7.6 seconds with 200 horsepower and in 4.8 seconds with 400 horses.

With the battery built into the platform, compatible with the 5-star Euro NCAP level, it will have high collision resistance and 30% more torsional resistance.

High-speed charging stations will be established in 81 provinces

On the other hand, work continues on the charging infrastructure by both the Ministry and TOGG. Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa VarankWe will provide total support of 300 million lire for the construction of over 1,500 high-speed charging stations in all 81 provinces. Therefore, we will equip Turkey with charging stations within one year.” he has declared.

It is expected to be on the roads by the end of the first quarter of 2023

Following the completion of the homologation tests, the SUV, the first vehicle in the C segment, will be launched at the end of the first quarter of 2023.

The Sedan and Hatchback models of the C segment will then enter the production line. In the following years, with the inclusion in the family of B-SUV and C-MPV, the range of products made up of 5 models with the same DNA will be completed.

TOGG, which will employ a total of 4,300 people when annual production capacity reaches 175,000 units at its Gemlik plant, plans to produce a total of 1 million vehicles in 5 different models from a single platform until 2030. (AA )

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