Erdogan’s pride – Togg T10X: Turkish high-tech SUV enters Europe

The Turkish car brand Togg, which was newly founded in 2018, will be selling its electric cars in Western Europe from the end of 2024. The first examples of the electric SUV T10X are to be delivered to customers in Turkey as early as the end of March. Other models are to follow. Togg is considered the prestige project of Turkish President Erdogan.

The T10X is a modern compact SUV designed by Pininfarina. The electric motor has an output of 160 kW/218, two equipment variants, V1 and V2, and two battery formats are available. The small battery with 52.4 kWh and a range of 314 kilometers will be available for both configurations. Alternatively, the V2 version can be combined with an 88.5 kWh battery with a WLTP range of 523 kilometers. It can be charged with up to 150 kW. A more powerful all-wheel-drive version will be available in Turkey from autumn 2023. All T10X models come standard with a 12-inch instrument display, 29-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system and an interior camera. The latter can take selfies on request from the driver, which can be uploaded to the network thanks to the 4G Internet connection. The V2 also has 19-inch alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, electric tailgate, synthetic leather interior, ambient lighting with variable colors, electrically adjustable and heated front seats and heaters for windscreen and rear seats on board. The vehicle software is updated over the air and offers level 2 automated driving with stop-and-go cruise control. Togg also offers the “Rush-Hour-Pilot”, which allows you to take your hands off the wheel in heavy traffic at up to 15 km/h. In Turkey, prices for the T10X start at around 47,500 euros, higher than prices in Western Europe nothing is known yet.
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