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Turkiye’s TOGG will showcase all-electric “smart” cars at an event in Las Vegas

TOGG unveiled the new “Transition Concept Smart Device,” an electric fastback focused on users and data at the world’s largest consumer electronics trade fair in cities in the western United States.

Turkey’s first domestic car “smart” concept can be integrated with smart cities around the world that present cars rather than cars, company officials say. (AA)

Turkiye’s global technology brand TOGG Announced its arrival on the international stage by announcing all indigenous electric vehicles at the World’s Largest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the western city of Las Vegas.

TOGG unveiled a new “Transition Concept Smart Device” (Electric Fastback) at CES 2022 on Wednesday. Company officials say it can integrate with smart cities around the world.

TOGG is located at the geographical intersection of east and west, where heart and emotion meet, said Gurcan Karakas, CEO of the company.

“We are creating mobility solutions focused on users and data in a new world where the automotive industry is rapidly transforming into a mobile ecosystem,” Karakas added.

TOGG differentiates itself from other global competitors by creating the concept of “use case mobility” including “database business model”, “new mobility services”, “smart life” and “smart charging”. I am aiming for.

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“User-oriented” products

According to Karakas, the telephone industry is changing towards user expectations and is now the automotive industry.

“In the near future, a more agile, creative, collaborative, user-oriented organization will succeed, rather than a large one,” he added.

Turkiye’s first domestic car “smart” concept can be integrated with smart cities around the world that present more cars than cars.

The company aims to produce 1 million vehicles in five different segments by 2030.

The first C-segment vehicle, the SUV, will be launched in the first quarter of 2023 after the homologation test is completed.

This will be the first all-electric SUV produced on the European continent by non-traditional manufacturers.

In December, Turkey announced prototypes of both fully electric and C-segment SUVs and sedans.

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Tech show under a pandemic

CES opened its doors in Las Vegas, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the United States as one of the world’s largest trade fairs tried to reopen.

One of the top items on the 2022 menu is increasingly electrical and autonomous transportation.

There was a clear gap on the showfloor after prominent companies like Amazon and Google canceled the rise in virus risk, but a crowd of tech entrepreneurs, reporters and enthusiasts wearing badges came to the venue. It rushed.

From humanoid robots to self-driving cars, the normal world of technology gadgets, concepts and prototypes was on display.

The organizers quoted vaccine and mask requirements, but the show argued that it had to continue with participants from about 20 countries.

The event will be shortened by one day until the end of Friday, the size of the show will be significantly reduced, and less than half of the approximately 4,500 exhibitors who participated in the final face-to-face version of 2020, just before the pandemic blockade occurred. .. America.

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Source: TRT World and distributors

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