Turkey leading manufacturer of
commercial and military vehicles, BMC is back on the roads with a brand new
truck family Tugra. The long-awaited Tugra was unveiled on the world stage for
the first time at the IAA Commercial Vehicles 2018 in Hannover, Germany.
Whether on the construction
site or on the road, Tugra provides low fuel consumption with maximum engine
power at every load with its efficient engine-gearbox integration and lightened
Taha Yasin Ozturk, Member of
the BMC Board of Management, introduced Tugra and said Tugra is is BMC's new
signature on the roads. “As a result of our rigorous R&D activities, BMC Tugra
is the representative of a modern urban identity. At the same time, having
combined our design expertise for over half a century and the technology in our
DNA, we brought a new dimension to the world of commercial vehicles. With its
ergonomic design, Tugra promises a warm living space and comfortable driving,
especially on the long distance journeys. With its contemporary console design,
full TFT display, Bluetooth and navigation features in 7 inch multimedia,
large-volume in-cab storage areas, multifunctional driver's seat, refrigerator,
beds, multifunctional steering wheel and custom designed interior lighting; BMC
Tugra, is on duty for day and night. As Turkey's BMC, we are happy to achieve
by working ceaselessly what is expected from us. We are so honored to introduce
BMC Tugra,” he said.
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