Turkey will unveil the prototype of its first indigenous car on Dec. 27, the nation’s president said on Friday. 

Erdogan’s remarks came in Malaysia where he attended Kuala Lumpur summit of Muslim world leaders this week.

The car publicity will be held in Gebze, a district of northwestern Kocaeli province, Erdogan told reporters.

Just after Erdogan’s comments, Turkey’s Technology Minister Mustafa Varank shared two photographs on Twitter, showing two vehicles blanketed with covers, and bearing the logo of Turkey’s Automobile Initiative Group (TOGG).

In one photo, Varank poses in front of the vehicles alone, while in the other

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