Turkey's new domestic automaker, TOGG, is touting its first car as a "smart device" because it's packed with connectivity features.
TOGG will begin taking pre-orders for the battery-electric SUV this month.
The vehicle has been developed as part of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's national car project and exports to Europe are planned to begin next year.
All T10X models have a 12-inch digital instrument display as standard. They also have a 29-inch smart touchscreen and an on-board camera that can take selfies by voice command and upload them to social media platforms without the driver having to take their hands off the wheel.
In addition to adaptive cruise control, the vehicle will in future have a "rush-hour pilot" function that will enable it to drive in heavy traffic at speeds of up to 15 kph without the driver's hands on the wheel.
This feature will be activated this year via over-the-air updates on V2-equipped variants.