The domestic automobile startup Togg was opened to the public with its specially prepared platform in Istanbul.
Step by step, the preparations for bringing the first mass production model to the streets for the domestic automobile startup Togg are coming to an end. In the first quarter of 2023, while the preparations for unloading the C SUV continue, the sedan model, which will be added to the family as the second, also appears in concept form at certain points. The model, which was brought to Galataport Istanbul after the completion of the preparations, meets the local and foreign guests of the city. The sedan, which was launched in January as part of CES 2022, will meet with visitors until October 15.
What do we know about the Togg Sedan?
The Sedan model, which was put on display at Galataport, attracted attention with its tangible revisions compared to the first prototype with its world launch in the USA in January. Developed by Togg designers under the leadership of Murat Günak and produced in Pininfarina studios, the windshield in the model was specially designed to be compatible with the electric architecture. On the wheels, the multi-spoke stylized tulip approach continues. Inside, although a faithful approach to the design of the C SUV is followed, the differences are felt with a sporty approach on the steering wheel.
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Along with the infrastructures used in the prototypes in 2019, 300-kilometer range data was shared for the base version of the vehicles. In the top versions, we saw that this value stretched up to 500 kilometers. CEO Gürcan Karakaş, who took the stage at the promotion held today, gave the message of the continuity of this data. Being able to reach 80 percent battery charge in 30 minutes with fast charging technology also allows this infrastructure not to lag behind competitors in the current market. The performance qualities of the models differ from each other as single and double electric motors. The power value of 200 hp in the single-engine combination and 400 hp in the double-electric motor remain current. For models that can accelerate from 0 to 100 in 4.8 seconds on average, the maximum speed is limited to 180 km/h for both infrastructures.