Minister Varank Provided Information on Mass Production of TOGG

Turkey's Car TOGG Made a Global Sound
Turkey's Car TOGG Made a Global Sound

Stating that Turkey's Automobile made a global impact at the Consumer Electronics Fair (CES) in the USA, Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa Varank gave information about the ongoing work at the point of mass production of TOGG.

Reminding that the first mass production vehicle is planned to come off the production line in the last quarter of 2022, Varank said, “After the completion of the technical qualification processes called homologation, the SUV vehicle in the born electric C segment will be commercially available in the first quarter of 2023.” used the phrase.

Stating that they see that most of the criticisms made to TOGG are due to incorrect or incomplete information, Varank said, "As we implement brand projects, I believe that these criticisms will be replaced by appreciation and appreciation as new generation electric, networked vehicles, which TOGG calls 'smart devices', begin to appear on the roads. ” made its assessment.

Emphasizing that they aim to make Turkey a global base in the field of industry, technology and defense, Varank pointed out that the 2023 Industry and Technology Strategy will be the road map for realizing the "National Technology Strong Industry" target.

Reminding that they shared the National Artificial Intelligence 2021-2025 Strategy with the public last year, Varank said, “We aim to share our work on Mobility, Smart Life and Health, 5G Technologies and Digitalization as soon as possible. We consider 2022 as a critical year in which our new strategies are started to be implemented.” used the phrases.

Varank emphasized that after the 100th anniversary of the Republic, they will bring together national production opportunities and fight to be the pioneer of the world in breakthrough digital technologies, automotive industry, chemistry and medicine, artificial intelligence and many other sectors.

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