Turkey’s TOGG to debut at CES with electric SUV and sedan

Production of the C-SUV, which has been jointly designed with Pininfarina, is expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2022.

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TOGG, Turkey’s automobile initiative group comprising five Turkish industry giants, is to make its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022 (January 5-8) with an electric SUV as well as an electric sedan.

The battery electric SUV is Turkey’s first home-bred vehicle and represents the culmination of Turkey’s progress in industrial technology. It is one of two electric vehicles announced by the automaker, along with a C-sedan concept.

Production of the C-SUV, which has been designed by Pininfarina in collaboration with TOGG’s design team, is expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2022.

Earlier this year, in April, TOGG had announced it was working with UK-based engineering consultancy, HORIBA MIRA, as a key partner to develop its pioneering electric SUV. Working with TOGG to design and develop the suspension system and associated chassis attribute performance, HORIBA MIRA is taking responsibility for the development of the vehicle’s dynamics, NVH and durability chassis attributes with the TOGG designers’ and engineers’ participation.

While few other details about the Togg EVs are known, the company says it will “debut its Use-Case Mobility technologies at CES 2022, weaving together advanced electric, autonomous and connected mobility technologies within one design sphere.

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