Not everyone is going to be getting an F-150 Lightning. . .
By Gary S. Vasilash
Those who spend time on golf courses are undoubtedly familiar with the golf cars—not carts—from Club Car, the company makes a variety of other vehicles for low-speed operations.
The company, working with AYRO, which produces purpose-built electric vehicles (EVs) for such things as microdistribution, has launched the Club Car Current, an EV that can be configured as a flat bed, pickup or van.
It offers a range of up to 57 miles.
(Image: Club Car)
As a certified low-speed vehicle (LSV), it operates at up to 25 mph.
It is powered by a VRLA (valve regulated lead-acid) gel battery.
It is certified as a Zero Emissions Vehicle by the California Air Resources Board.
And perhaps the most important factor for users: the cup holders are designed to accommodate larger containers.