Force Motors launches 7 variants, 3 new platforms at Auto Expo 2020

Force Motos’ R&D team has also developed a 100% electric variant of the flagship brand TRAVELLER for inner city connectivity with overnight charging.

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In addition to vehicles, Force Motors has showcased a range of engines produced for leading OEMs like Mercedes, BMW and Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

Force Motors has displayed with three grounds-up new platforms at Auto Expo 2020 along with a 100% electric variant on their flagship Traveller platform.

Also, Force Motors has showcased a range of engines produced for leading OEMs like Mercedes, BMW and Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

The star attraction of the stall is the next generation shared mobility platform that was unveiled a fortnight back at Pune. Code named the T1N, the new platform has been simultaneously designed and developed for both Internal Combustion Engines and 100% Electric Drive. Both the Diesel and the 100% electric variant are on display.

The T1N is the first vehicle in this category in  India, air bags for driver and co-driver. With an advantage of segment first features the T1N will help reinforce the leadership position of Force Motors in the large van segment.

Prasan Firodia, Managing Director, Force Motors said, “The customer expectations and aspirations are rapidly changing, we have tried to develop in house grounds up next generation platforms in all the segments that we operate in. We are confident that both domestic and international customers will welcome our new offerings.”

The T1N platform has been developed with global aspirations, it is design protected for plying in select markets of Middle East, Africa, ASEAN and South America where this new platform is expected to be a value proposition vis a vis high premium products from Europe, Far East and USA.

The company has also exhibited two buses built on the next generation modular monocoque bus platform which has been fully developed in house by the R&D team at Force Motors. On account of its monocoque construction, these buses are the lightest and yet structurally stronger than comparable buses offering superior fuel economy.

The popular vehicle in the hinterland TRAX gets a total makeover. Three variants on this grounds-up next generation modular utility vehicle platform, CRUISER, KARGOKING and GURKHA were unveiled.

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Traveller SMARTCITIBUS operated by B.E.S.T. with comfortable seating for 21 persons also showcased.

This is just the beginning of how Force next-gen shared mobility platforms will transform commuting in urban India in the near future. Many other cities like Shillong, Nagpur, Pune and Port Blair are already using Traveller Smartcitibuses.