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Electric vehicle bridges gap between full-sized truck and small utility vehicle

June 8, 2021  By Club Car

A new electric truck that bridges the gap between full-sized trucks and smaller utility vehicles has been introduced to the market by Club Car Inc.

The Club Car Current, manufactured in partnership with AYRO, Inc., is a compact, all-electric, light-duty truck equipped with automotive features and comforts. It is ideal for low-speed logistics and cargo services and has the agility and versatility that’s essential in a campus or urban environment.

The Club Car Current is available in three different bed configurations with a flat bed, pickup or van box to tackle any job. Special accessories such as ladder racks and lift gate further extend the use cases this vehicle can handle. With a range of up to 57 miles and 72V AC electric powertrain, the Club Car Current is positioned for use as an all-purpose work vehicle.

“We are excited about the all new Current vehicle and the specific enhancements to boost performance and comfort,” Brant Mitchell, commercial portfolio leader, Club Car, said. “The Club Car Current is our latest addition to our commercial products, providing new opportunities for our existing channel and customers and new emerging market opportunities like last mile delivery. The all-new styling and additional automotive features such as new lighting, interior comfort and more resilient body panels have created a reliable and hardworking vehicle that can tackle the biggest jobs and last all day.”


Club Car Current also features a new modern exterior design with specially designed automotive body panels, LED lighting, new designed two-tone gray bucket seats, new cup holder design and location for those larger drink cups, upgraded 1000W heater, new 170-degree rear view camera, new backlit digital gear selector design, additional legroom, a rear window standard providing more ambient light, the latest software and VRLA gel battery technology, providing improved performance and range.

The Club Car Current is a certified low speed vehicle (LSV) and can be configured to be registered and licensed to operate at 25 mph on city streets with posted speeds up to 35 MPH. This compact low-speed EV can also manoeuvre through car-free zones, bringing essential services directly to the point-of-demand.


The truck provides sustainable electric transportation with the ability to replace full size trucks.

“As a leader in small electric vehicles, Club Car is well positioned to drive growth in emerging market segments, looking for sustainable, electric vehicles that are easy to operate,” Mitchell said.  “The new Club Car Current is a great solution for companies looking for alternatives to gas vehicles that allows their work crews to get the job done.”

For more information visit www.clubcar.com

This article is part of the Equipment Week.

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