Force Motors showcased the ‘Traveller–26’. They tell us the Traveller-26 is the largest monocoque chassis van in the world and is made from high strength, pressed steel body parts, welded in a robotic environment. Force also says the new vehicle has been designed, developed and tooled in-house by Force Motors R&D.
The luxury variant of the new ‘Traveller-26’ which can seat upto 15 people in luxurious inter-city coach environment is also on display.
Force Motors Traveller Hybrid was also on display. Force Motors tells us that the revolutionary onboard energy harvesting technology integration has been carried out in partnership with Ricardo PLC and Locomotive Technologies Ltd, UK, for the very first time in the world. This cutting edge technology, teamed with regenerative braking and waste exhaust heat generation, enables customers to travel upto 23 pollution free kms on 200 sunny days a year and reduce fuel costs by approximately 30% annually.
The stylish new front facia of the BS-IV compliant, ‘Traveller Luxury’ was also on display.
CNG versions of the Traveller and Trump emphasized Force Motor’s responsibility to the environment.