According to the statement made by Togg, Togg aims to provide its users with cutting-edge connected services and provide high-quality in-car experiences. will work with.
Togg will power the C-SUV’s infotainment system with Snapdragon Digital Cockpit Platforms. The smart device will provide its users with a more comfortable, connected and uninterrupted driving experience thanks to its computer vision support, artificial intelligence capabilities, integrated and continuously adaptable cockpit system, as well as advanced graphics and in-car multimedia experiences.
The C-SUV will be an extremely capable smart device
Togg’s technology transforms the C-SUV into a smart device that can communicate with the environment, generate solutions and present these solutions to the user as tangible products and services. This technology, which takes the C-SUV one step beyond being connected, works in integration with smart home devices and all other IoT devices in smart cities, making life easier for both users and passengers.
“We aim to offer much more than just a connected smart device”
Stating that they are very happy to cooperate with the best in their fields in order to provide users with a comfortable and trouble-free mobility experience, Togg’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Gürcan Karakaş, whose assessment on the subject was included in the statement, said, “We aim to offer our users much more than a connected smart device. Snapdragon Digital Cockpit. “We will provide a smart and comfortable experience to our users with their platforms. We look forward to expanding our work with Qualcomm for next-generation vehicles.”
Thomas Dannemann, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Qualcomm CDMA Technologies GmbH, said: “Qualcomm Technologies is committed to helping automakers provide a more connected, intelligent and safe driving experience for drivers and passengers alike. Togg’s digitally based on Snapdragon Digital Cockpit Platforms We look forward to contributing to integrating advanced features into next-generation electric vehicles.” made its assessment.