Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan took the latest prototype of Togg for a test drive at the Gebze Informatics Valley in the northwestern province of Kocaeli on Saturday.
Following the "Award Ceremony for Those Who Add Value to Kocaeli, the Heart of Industry and Technology", which he attended in Gebze Bilişim Vadisi, President Erdoğan conducted the test drive of Türkiye's car, Togg, whose test and trial processes continue.
"On the roads of our heaven homeland... Domestic and national..." said President Erdoğan on the post he shared about the test drive on his social media account.
Photographs of President Erdoğan taken during the test drive were also included in the post.
Togg, or Turkey's Automobile Joint Venture Group Inc. is a Turkish automotive company founded as a joint venture in 2018.
TOGG is set to hit the roads in Türkiye in the first quarter of 2023. (ILKHA)
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