Eicher-Polaris Flexituff shows its interior in new images – Spied


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Likely powered by a 600 cc diesel engine. 

The Eicher-Polaris Flexituff was caught revealing its interior in new spyshots snapped by Gaadi.com. The Flexituff is a result of a collaboration between Eicher Motors and U.S.-based Polaris Industries. The LCV will, reportedly, be manufactured in a twin-cab passenger variant, and a single-cab load-lugging model.

Eicher-Polaris Flexituff front spied
The Flexituff will be manufactured in a new facility in Jaipur.

These spyshots show that the Flexituff is nearly production ready, and on course for a launch this year. As it will be made to a cost, the Flexituff will make do with a single wiper and a basic dashboard with an integrated gearlever.

Power for the LCV would come from a Greaves Cotton sourced 600 cc diesel engine with a fuel efficiency in the region of 25 km/l. The Flexituff would be based on a tubular frame chassis with lightweight materials used for construction, including about 20 kg of plastic parts.

Eicher-Polaris Flexituff interior spied
A Greaves Cotton sourced 600 cc diesel engine will deliver about 25 km/l on the Flexituff.

It will be manufactured at a new facility in Jaipur with an initial sales target of 10,000-12,000 units per annum. The Eicher-Polaris joint venture have invested INR 250 Cr in the development of this project.

Eicher-Polaris Flexituff – Image Gallery

[Spyshots from Gaadi]

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