Turkey has long been partly dependent on foreign automakers, but it’s about to claim independence in a big way. TOGG, a consortium of Turkish companies, has unveiled an electric crossover SUV as the country’s first fully homegrown car (outside of help from Italian design firm Pininfarina, that is). It won’t be a modest undertaking, either. While the base options will provide a single 200HP rear-axle motor (good for 62MPH in 7.6 seconds) and a 186-mile range, you can spec it out to a 400HP dual-motor setup (0-62MPH in 4.8 seconds) and 300 miles of range.
Turkey’s first fully homemade car is an electric crossover SUV
Source: Yahoo.com – Technology