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Turkish car brand Togg announces its second model
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A new electric car brand, Togg, launched in Turkey last year – with great success. This may be continued: At the CES tech trade fair, Togg presented a new model, still as a prototype. But it should go into series production in 2025 and also come onto the German market.
In its home country of Turkey, the new electric car brand Togg sold around 13,500 units of the T10X SUV model last year. Now the newcomer has shown a sister model in limousine dress, the T10F, at the CES tech trade fair in Las Vegas, which ends this Friday. In 2025, the series version of the Stromer, which was declared a prototype at the trade fair premiere, will also come onto the market in other European countries.
The T10F is an approximately 4.80 meter long four-door car with a coupe-like sloping roofline. The design was developed by Togg in collaboration with Pininfarina. Door handles and digital exterior mirrors flush with the outer panel ensure low air resistance. As is currently the case with many other car manufacturers, the rear light on the Togg T10F extends across the entire width of the rear.
The T10F offers five seats and the 500 liter trunk can be expanded to 1350 liters. In the cockpit, the many and sometimes large display areas are noticeable. There are two small screens in the doors that show the traffic behind.
The driver looks through the steering wheel at a digital instrument cluster with a diameter of 12.3 inches. Next to it is the infotainment screen in 29-inch format. There is also an 8-inch touch panel in the center console that is used to control vehicle functions. The display and operating concept allows switches and buttons to be largely eliminated. A large glass panoramic roof ensures a light-flooded interior.
Three drive variants planned
Togg is planning three drive variants of the T10F. The basis is called RWD Standard Range. It combines a 160 kW/218 hp rear-wheel drive with a 52 kWh battery. The four-door car, which weighs 1.9 tons in this version, should sprint from a standstill to 100 km/h in 7.2 seconds, with a maximum of 175 km/h. The WLTP range should be 350 kilometers. The RWD Long Range is equally powerful with 88.5 kWh and an operating radius of 600 kilometers.
In the case of the two-motor top version AWD Long Range, this power supply is sufficient for 530 kilometers. With 4.6 seconds to reach 100 km/h, the 320 kW/435 hp version is particularly strong in sprinting. What all three versions have in common is a DC charging power of 180 kW.
Togg also wants to offer its cars in Germany. The T10X is scheduled to launch at the end of 2024. The question of prices remains exciting. In Turkey, the E-SUV starts at the equivalent of around 45,000 euros.