Work has started for the trial production of the domestic car Togg, which Turkey is eagerly awaiting. It is planned to start mass production in the last quarter of the year at the Gemlik facility. In the 2 years since the start of construction at the natural sustainability Gemlik facility, which forms the core of Togg’s “Journey to Innovation” goal, the countdown has begun for trial production in line with the plans. Preparations for trial production continue at the facility, where partial rehearsals were carried out successfully at body, paint and assembly stations.
Paint Done, Pieces Assembled
The dyehouse is the cleanest in Europe, with emissions of “volatile organic compounds” less than 5 g/m2, which is one-ninth of the legal limit in Turkey and one-seventh of the legal limit in Europe. -The paint of the body of the SUV was removed and the assembly of the parts of the same body was successfully completed at the assembly facility.
It will go into production at the end of the year
The Gemlik facility, which will also include the R&D Center, Style Design Center, Prototype Development and Test Center, Strategy and Management Center and User Experience Park units, will be ready for mass production in the last quarter of this year.
After the completion of the technical qualification (certification) tests in European norms at domestic car Togg, at the end of the first quarter of 2023, the innate electric SUV in the C segment will be introduced to the market. Then the Sedan and Hatchback models in the C segment will enter the production line. With the addition of B-SUV and C-MPV to the family in the coming years, the product range consisting of 5 models carrying the same DNA will be completed. Togg plans to produce a total of 1 million vehicles by 2030 with the production of 5 different models from a single platform.
1 Million Smart Devices
The works at the facility have been watched 24/7 on togg.com.tr and Togg YouTube channel since April 9, 2021. More than 2 million people have watched the live broadcast so far. The facility aims to produce a total of 1 million smart devices by 2030.