Force Gurkha to launch in India on September 27
Force Motors, a Pune-based automaker, unveiled the final version of the All-New Force Gurkha 2021 on its social media today.
The All-New Gurkha's branding has been changed dramatically, with the Gurkha emblem replacing the F-Logo on the front grille, giving it a distinct personality and strengthening the Gurkha brand. On the sides, a new mnemonic denotes its all-terrain and all-weather capabilities in all four seasons, including mountains, rivers, deserts, and jungles.
In keeping with the new, more current and beautiful brand identity, the Khukri on the Brand logo has been relocated from the left to the right and positioned at the same angle as the air intake snorkel. Gurkha 2021 will be equipped with complete L.E.D Force Pro Edge headlights (pilot lamp, low-beam, and high-beam), broken circle DRLs and fender-mounted LED indicators for maximum lighting and outstanding nighttime visibility.
The new 2.6-litre, 92PS Mercedes-derived common rail, direct injection, turbocharged diesel engine produces 250 Nm of torque to handle 35-degree slopes in crawl mode and wade through streams up to 700mm deep. The new powertrain uses a Lean NOX trap to fulfil BS6 standards, obviating the requirement for Ad Blue. The hydraulically actuated clutch with a booster and 5-speed Mercedes G-28 gearbox with cable shift provides smooth gear changes. It also has a turning circle radius of only 5.65m.
Due to its larger and broader body, the Gurkha 2021 has a roomy cabin, with captain chairs for all four people, class-leading leg, head, and elbow room and more than 500 litres of cargo capacity. The reclining rear passenger chairs with armrests provide decent sitting comfort.
The Force Gurkha 2021 has the highest driving position and the finest all-around visibility in its class, thanks to its large window glass surface. The air intake snorkel and manually controlled, positive locking, mechanical differential locks on all four wheels are standard on the Gurkha 2021, making it one of the most competent off-roaders in its class.
The new Force Gurkha has new smart midnight black interiors with android and apple play compatible touch screen infotainment and navigation. All four passengers have access to charging outlets. Other convenience features include a steering column with tilt and telescopic adjustment, central locking, rear parking sensors, variable intermittent speed front wipers, tyre pressure monitoring system, cornering lamps, and lead me home and lead me to Gurkha, all of which are available for the first time on a Gurkha.
Red, orange, green, grey, and white will be the five colours available for the new Gurkha. The pricing will be announced in the last week of September, after which dealers will begin collecting reservations. The cars are slated to arrive in dealerships in the first week of October, with the first client deliveries scheduled for Dussehra day.
Starts Rs 9.75 Lakhs
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