Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Minister of Education and Culture Olgun Amcaoğlu tested TRNC's domestic car GÜNSEL in the test drive area of GÜNSEL Production Facilities located on the Near East University campus and received information about the ongoing mass production works.
During the test drive, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Near East University, Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel was accompanied. Following the test drive, Minister Amcaoğlu and the accompanying delegation also visited GÜNSEL Production Facilities and received detailed information about GÜNSEL's mass production studies and the development process of the vehicle. Making a statement during the visit, Minister Amcaoğlu emphasized that GÜNSEL will give a great impetus to the TRNC.
Minister of National Education and Culture Olgun Amcaoğlu: "GÜNSEL is a very important initiative that will accelerate the country"
Defining GÜNSEL as “a very important initiative that will accelerate the country”, Minister of National Education and Culture Olgun Amcaoğlu said, “I had never used an electric vehicle before. I didn't expect its performance to be this strong. It is no different from the vehicles currently on the market. It is a very powerful vehicle in terms of performance, equipment and comfort ”. Minister Amcaoğlu said, "A tool has been developed to meet the needs of users with every feature" and said, "I congratulate everyone who contributed to this important initiative that will accelerate the country."
Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel: "I would like to thank our Minister for his visit"
Welcoming Minister of National Education and Culture Olgun Amcaoğlu at GÜNSEL Production Facilities, Near East University Chairman of the Board of Trustees Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel accompanied Minister Amcaoğlu during the test drive. After the test drive, Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel thanked the Minister of National Education and Culture Olgun Amcaoğlu GÜNSEL for his visit. Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel said that they continue to work for mass production preparations with full force and said that GÜNSEL will appear on the world's roads as a car produced in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.