Monday, 22 August 2011

Force to launch two more variants of One SUV by 2012

Force Motors, who had made their existence into the SUV sector of passenger cars with the launch of their powerful Force One SUV in a solitary alternative and have two more variants of the same SUV planned to be launched next in 2012. The Force One SUV was launched between the occurrence of topmost officials of Force Motors and the resourceful megastar Amitabh Bachchan to mark the important factor of the event. Prasan Firodia, the Managing Director of Force Motors has announced infront of the media that they wish to sell around 4 thousand units of the Force One SUV during the first year of its launch, while the total SUV sales is projected to be almost 70 thousand vehicles in the Indian car market throughout a year. The Force One SUV is reported to go on sale from September 1st of 2011. The Force One price is targeted at Rs 10.65 lakhs.

Force One
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The Force Motors, who are the flawless players in the light viable vehicle manufacturing, which offers Tempos, Matador and Traveller, is said to have invested1.5 billion rupees for the duration of the last one to one and a half years to manufacture its SUVs in Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh respectively. The plant, which keeps the ability of generating 12 thousand SUVs at the moment, can be expanded further according to the requirement. The Force One SUV manufacturing has apparently costed 1.07 million rupees to the company.

Force One
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The Force One specifications are studded by a 2.2 litre, common turbo rail diesel Daimler engine that without any doubts drives the Mercedes-Benz car, which keeps the power to produce 140Bhp maximum power and 321 Nm of maximum speed. Further the Force One specifications states that the Force Motors maintain that the Force One SUV distribute similar performance off-road, counting the high elevations and in most difficult territories. The share price of Force motors is said to have fallen by 0.78 percent in the Mumbai share market.

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