The Gurkha SUV is powered by the identical 2.6L FM CR diesel electric motor that drives the Force Motors Urbania.

Force Motors, the leading van manufacturer in India, has announced that registrations for the Urbania are now being received at select Force Motors Commercial Vehicle dealers across metros and micro metros for a fee of Rs. 1 lakh.

Force Motors is recognised in India for producing vans, tractors, buses, and people carriers. The business has also ventured into the leisure market with the Gurkha SUV. Force Motors also manufactures electric motors, axles, and gearboxes in India for German automakers such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW.

Force Motors officially unveiled the Urbania van during a distributor meeting in Indore. Prices begin at Rs 28.99 lakh. This applies to the standard wheelbase type (3615 mm), which can seat 13 people plus 1 driver. Force Motors has already officially launched reservations for the vehicle.

Force Motors Urbania, the First In-Segment Vehicle, has the following features:

● The first entirely from scratch, next-generation adaptable monocoque panelled van design in India is called URBANIA.

● The first vehicle in the genre with driver and co-driver airbags to satisfy crash, overturn, and pedestrians safety requirements

● First in the sector to provide flexible front suspension with transversal springs for best-in-class ride and satisfy the criteria for passengers.

● The segment’s first to offer daytime operating DRLs, projector headlights, and distinctive tail lights using light assist innovation.

● The first in the sector to provide an ergonomically engineered cockpit with car-like handlebars with tilt and telescopic adjustment and a telescopic adjustable steering wheel.

● The company’s total debut is to provide all-wheel disc brakes and ESP, ABS, EBD, and ETDC.

Bookings for Force Motors Urbania are now available.

Bookings may only be made at specific Force Motors Commercial Vehicle dealerships. The ones in metropolises and mini-metros. The registration fee is Rs. 1 lakh. The corporation’s website contains a list of authorised retailers who can collect reservations. Before the Covid-19 monster, Force had shown off a new platform for their automotive components. T1N was developed to fulfil sustainable transportation demand while also being electrified. At the 2020 Auto Expo, Force Motors displayed both ICE and EV variants of the T1N Van.

This is the manufacturing edition of that invention. Except for the Force logo, anything from the idea has been carried through. The front grille is dominated by vividly written Urbania branding at that location. It meets collision, rollover, and traffic calming criteria and has driver and co-driver airbags. Compared to India’s vans, Urbania is quite crisp and on the level as worldwide vans. It gets a better bumper. The headlamps now have projector components and a big “C” LED DRL. It gets glued glass alternatively of sliding glass down the side, which immediately makes it more luxurious. The same is true for Cruiser and Gurkha.

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