The domestic automobile, which continues to work, showed its face once again at TEKNOFEST. Within the scope of the event, a crisis statement came from TOGG. While the work on the domestic car continues at full speed, current developments about the model continue to come.
TEKNOFEST, the world’s largest Aviation, Space and Technology Festival, is being held at Istanbul Atatürk Airport on September 21-26 this year. Within the scope of the aforementioned festival, the model to be produced by TOGG will also take the stage. There are critical explanations about the model. Accordingly, the models that we will see mass production next year are not expected to be caught in a chip or battery crisis. Turkey’s Automobile Enterprise Group (TOGG) Top Manager (CEO) Gürcan Karakaş said, “Our first vehicle is an SUV in the C segment.
There may be minor differences due to regulations, but these are not changes that will change the quality of the design. There is a chip crisis. We also know the causes of the chip crisis. We anticipate that this crisis will continue for another year. In line with our plans, we think that we will not be caught in the chip crisis with the reservations we make.
There will be a more important crisis than the chip crisis; battery crisis. No cells. While everyone around the world is rushing to produce more electric vehicles, the capacities of cell manufacturers around the world are reserved until 2030 and beyond. We will not be stuck with the battery cell crisis, as we will solve this problem by planning from the beginning.” made statements.