The electric car fair "London EV Show", in which GÜNSEL, the 100 percent electric car brand developed in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, participated with its first model B9, started in London. GÜNSEL took its first step towards Continental Europe with the London EV Show, which will continue for three days on 14-16 December.
Founded in 2016 with the initiative of the Near East Organization, GÜNSEL made the first launch of its first model B9 on February 20, 2020 in Kyrenia, TRNC. GÜNSEL B18, which went out of Cyprus for the first time by participating in the MUSIAD EXPO 21 Fair held in Istanbul on 2020-2020 November 9, was showcased in the world automotive market before mass production with the London EV Show.
Completing the first phase investment of its R&D center and production facilities in 2019, the second phase construction of GÜNSEL's production facilities will be completed in Nicosia and put into operation in the first weeks of 2022. 250 designers, engineers and technicians continue to work to make GÜNSEL ready for mass production. GÜNSEL, which has made more than 2 test drives in the last year with the heart red, island blue, beach yellow, sky blue, and stone gray prototypes it produces, aims to start mass production at the end of 2022 and reach an annual production capacity of 2027 thousand units by 40.
prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel: “We are proud of flying the flag of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus among the giants of the world.”
Reminding that GÜNSEL is the first automobile to be produced on the island of Cyprus, GÜNSEL Chairman of the Board Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel said, “We are proud to wave the flag of our Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus among the giants of the world at the London EV Show, which started in London today.” prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel made the assessment that “GÜNSEL, which we developed with the science production and R&D power of the Near East University, went to the world showcase at the London EV Show, is a historical moment for our country”. prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel said, “I invite Turks living in Europe, especially in London, to the Business Design Center, where the fair will be held, to share this pride.”