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Go Green Türkiye 2023: Electric Vehicle Fair Started in Bursa

Go Green Turkey 2023, the most important meeting of the electric vehicle industry, opened its doors in Bursa Tüyap. The latest models of electric vehicles, charging technologies, equipment and equipment are exhibited at the fair. The fair is flocked by electric vehicle enthusiasts.

Driving Pleasure in the Electric Vehicle Experience Area

Go Green Türkiye 2023 offers an electric vehicle experience to its visitors. At the fair, new models of brands such as Hyundai, Kia, Leapmotor, MG, Opel, Skywell and Was Motor are available for test drives in the Electric Vehicle Experience Area. Visitors have the chance to closely examine and drive many vehicles, from electric cars to electric motorcycles, bicycles and scooters, from golf carts to pickup trucks.

The Future of the Electric Vehicle Industry is Shaping in Go Green Turkey

Go Green Turkey, organized by Tarsus Fuarcılık and No On Fuarcılık with the support of the Turkish Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Association (TEHAD), sheds light on the future of the electric vehicle industry. Innovative products and new technologies of the electric vehicle world are showcased at the fair. Fair, same zamIt brings together the stakeholders of the electric vehicle industry and creates cooperation and trade opportunities.

Go Green Türkiye 2023 Can Be Visited Until 18 November

Go Green Turkey 2023, which hosts tomorrow's electric vehicle world today, can be visited until Saturday evening, November 18. The first day of the fair hosted more than 1.500 professional visitors from home and abroad. Zekeriya Aytemur, General Manager of Tarsus Turkey, one of the organizers of the fair, stated that the fair is an important opportunity for the sector and said, “There was intense visitor interest after the opening. As far as we observed, both participants and visitors are very satisfied with the fair. "It makes us proud to be organizing this organization in Bursa, the heart of the industry," he said.