April 2013


Devrim Bayar

IN 1961, President Cemal Gürsel of Turkey commissioned engineers to design an automobile that could be produced entirely in that country. The first prototypes of the car, grandiloquently called the “Devrim” (“revolution”), were duly developed, and their unveiling scheduled to coincide with the annual Republic Day parade in Ankara. The day having arrived, the …

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