Force Motors has recently made waves in the Indian automotive scene with the launch of their new passenger vehicle – Force One. After launching the 4X2 version, the company promised to launch the 4x4 version of the Force One at the 2012 Delhi 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.
IndianAutosBlog.com readers have already seen a fully undisguised Traveller facelift testing in Pune. Could it be related to the hybrid Traveller?
Placed parallel to the hybrid version will be the CNG version of the Trump. We presume that the CNG version will be production ready and launched shortly after the Expo.
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.
[Source - EconomicTimes.IndiaTimes.com]