03 Jan Turkey Unveiled The Prototype Of 1st Domestically Made Electric Car
Two domestic electric car prototypes were unveiled with production expected to begin in 2022. The government-supported venture is set to cost more than €3 billion, with plans to produce five models in 15 years.
Last Friday Turkey unveiled the prototype of 1st domestically made electric car for the first time. One of the advantages of this new car is that it is environmentally friendly and uses ‘Zero-emission technology’.
The SUV will be the first car to be certified ‘Made in Turkey’ and is expected to hit the roads by 2022. Turkey’s Automobile Joint Venture Group, also known as TOGG, says at least five models will be released by 2030.
The two models unveiled on Friday are red and white, signifying the Turkish flag.