While deliveries have been slow, improvements in charging deserve commendation.
Togg announced that it has established DC charging stations in 63 provinces so far and that it will start to provide charging services in all 81 provinces by the end of June. The Turkish automaker has already managed to activate 198 charging units at 153 different locations.
Togg, which established a new company called Trugo for the charging network operation, added almost 200 units to its platform in a few months. The ultimate goal in the first phase is to surpass the 600 high-speed charger threshold.
While deliveries have been slow, improvements in charging deserve commendation. The company, which purchases from charger manufacturers such as Vestel, Siemens, and Star Charge, provides service at 180 kW and above at all charging points. At some points, higher speeds are also possible for vehicles with 800V architecture. This indicates that existing stations are ready for Togg’s launch of an 800-volt electric car in the future.
An electric vehicle owner who wants to get charging service via Trugo pays $ 0.30 for 1 kWh. It is also possible to access Shell Recharge stations via Togg’s charging application.