A little know brand in the Indian Automotive scene is gearing up with major ambitions. Force Motors took the final step of entering the passenger car market by introducing the Force One SUV in India. Earlier known for its commercial vehicles in India, Force Motors plans to strengthen its hold in the Indian SUV market by launching the 4x4 version of the Force One at the Auto Expo.
Force Motors will also showcase a hybrid version of their popular people mover – the Traveller at the Expo. Force Motors has collaborated with a UK company to develop this technology. Interestingly, the technology will utilize solar energy as well as has regenerative exhaust systems. Placed parallel to the hybrid version will be the CNG version of the Trump.
The company also has plans to launch a new 26-seater monocoque bus for inter- and intra-city traveling needs. A luxury edition of the new bus seating 10-18 people is on the anvil. Unlike the Force One and Traveller, these buses are developed in-house and have no relation to the Daimler agreement. The buses will come out by April 2012.
Vehicles aside, Force Motors will also be displaying vehicular technology such as the 4X4 system in the Force One and the Anti-lock Braking System at their stand during the Expo.
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