CLUB CAR CURRENT LSV
The Club Car Current LSV can be driven on roads up to 35mph and offers the durability of a pickup truck and the efficiency of an electric vehicle.
The Club Car Current LSV fills the gap
between full-sized trucks and smaller
utility carts. Its all-electric design
features the latest technology for
power, comfort, and safety.
Club Car Current is available in three
different configurations, pickup, flatbed,
and van box.
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See all of the incredible features on the new Club Car Current, including:
- Specially designed automotive body panels for enhanced durability.
- LED lighting for increased visibility and brightness for night driving.
- Increased legroom and new cup holder design.
- New two-tone gray bucket seats.
- 1000W heater keeping occupants warm in all weather conditions.
- 170 degree field of view backup camera.
- Latest VRLA gel battery technology for reliable range and maintenance-free batteries.
PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCING ACCESSORIES
The Current LSV can be equipped with several accessories to help boost productivity including a ladder rack, and a Tommy Gate for easy loading of heavy items.
Enhance driver comfort with an optional airflow kit. Differentiate your Club Car Current with customizable exterior graphics.
LOWER EMISSIONS, HIGHER PERFORMANCE
Featuring a 13.4 HP electric motor and payload capacity up to 1,246 lbs., the Current LSV tackles any job with ease while helping your campus meet its zero-emissions goals for transportation.
With a footprint smaller than traditional trucks, the Current LSV allows you to get around campus with flexibility and adaptability you won’t get in a van or full-sized vehicle. Its automotive design includes an updated dashboard displaying vehicle health, speedometer, in-car radio, and ventilation systems.
STREET-LEGAL AND LOW-SPEED
The Current LSV meets low-speed vehicle compliant safety standards for the United States and Canada and comes with a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), which means it can be driven on roads posted 35 mph or less. This gives the Current LSV access to more types of roads than a smaller utility vehicle, with gel batteries that contain enough range for a full day of use on campus.