Force Motors Pavilion at Auto Expo 2016
Published On Mar 02, 2016
Leader in large vans category, Force Motors, showcased several versions of the Traveller at Auto Expo 2016. Meant for different kinds of services, the vehicles reflected the same technology and innovation as reflected through other iconic brands by the company such as the Tempo, the Matador and the Minidor.
To keep up with the changing requirements of the society and offer comfortable travel in Tier II and Tier III cities, Force launched the luxurious 15-seater Traveller Royale and the 9-seater Traveller Super.
Apart from this, Force displayed the 21-seater Traveller Smart Citibus, Delivery Van, Traveller First Responder Vehicle (FRV) and Traveller Four Stretcher Advanced Life Support Ambulance at its pavilion at Auto Expo 2016.
The Traveller Smart Citibus is an intra-city smart commuter for 21 people. Ideal as a Metro feeder bus service in big cities, the vehicle can also be used as a preferred mode of travel in smaller cities with population up to five lakhs.
India’s largest delivery van with 17 cubm (over 600 cub ft) internal space was also on display at the pavilion. This vehicle showcased the Force’s commitment towards safer, faster and more efficient mode of transportation for high value cargo.
The Traveller First Responder Vehicle (FRV) showcased at the expo incorporates state of the art firefighting and rescue equipment to help extricate victims quickly during an accident. Equipped with hydraulic cutters, spreaders, jacks, chain saws, and cordless saws, the vehicle is also loaded with a generator, compressor to power the hydraulic and battery operated tools including the telescopic lights and quick up ladder.
The Traveller Four Stretcher Ambulance is Force’s answer to advanced life support system. The vehicle can transport four victims from the accident site to the hospital simultaneously. Also equipped with vehicle tracking, navigation and surveillance facility for planning the route and monitoring progress, the ambulance also boasts of a live camera through which the hospital control room can keep a tab of the patient’s condition.