IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich, Turkish manufacturer Temsa provided shuttle service with Avenue Electron and MD9 electriCITY vehicles. At the fair, held in Munich, Temsa also exhibited the battery pack produced in Adana plant since this year, and shared its smart cities vision with the participants.
Temsa at IAA Mobility 2021
Temsa, a Sabancı Holding and the PPF Group company, has so far exported over 15 thousand vehicles developed with its own technology to 66 countries in the world. The company exhibited at IAA Mobility 2021 its battery pack that it started to produce in-house, along with the Avenue Electron and MD9 electriCITY vehicles. Temsa has delivered a batch of e-buses in Sweden in late 2020 and recently won an e-bus tender in Romania.
Speaking at a press conference held at the fair, Temsa CEO Tolga Kaan Dogancioglu underlined that “Smart cities are the major driving force in the growth of the sector today. We position Temsa as a company that pioneers developing technology and produces its smart products in smart factories. As Temsa, we contribute to ‘smart mobility’ solutions that will shape the future of the automotive industry with its product range. With our vision of a smart city that focuses on people; we are working for a much smarter, much cleaner future. I can confidently say, as Temsa, we will be an important part of ‘smart cities’ that will entirely alter the understanding of public transportation in the near future. This vision is present behind all the investments we have made recently and electric vehicles constitute the most important part of this vision. The products we showcase here today are the most vital reflection of this vision.”