China registers Turkey’s first electric car designs

Following the EU, TOGG’s car designs registered in China

Chinese Patent Agency (CNIPA) registered Turkey’s Automobile Joint Venture Group (TOGG) electric car designs, according to story by Anadolu Agency.

The interior and exterior designs of TOGG’s automobiles were registered in April by the EU’s Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) as well.

Five models to be manufactured

TOGG to manufacture five different models — SUV, sedan, c-hatchback, b-SUV and b-MPV — until 2030 and hold their intellectual and industrial property rights.

The factory’s cost is expected to reach 22 billion Turkish liras ($3.7 billion). It will employ 4,323 staff, including 300 qualified personnel. The cars will also be supported by the government with tax breaks and incentives.

TOGG made its debut Dec 27, 2019 and you can see the press release here (link in English)

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