Force Motors was on the dwindling note for many years, but in some of the past days organization had came up with the newbie in market named Gurkha, yes the one that was discontinued from the operations due to unsatisfactory sales figure in the times, is now bestowed with the new flips to hover in India, but only in the outskirts, excluding metros because of unavailable BS IV diesel engine norm in its product line.
Lest, getting directly to the Force One model plate, it is learnt, Force Motors is on the verge of launching its lower and higher end trim very soon to make most of the impingent market share in its stride. This was an unobvious move by them, but must say that, enrolment of Amitabh Bachan in the ad campaign may have landed them with confidence of this opportunity, and moreover the practicality factor in vehicle is turning out to be the new preference for automotive industry.
Here for the low end trim model, as slated by OnCars, the particular trim will be ready by the next month, whereas the upper segment stratified to take some more time. Even more, lower end version spy shots have also been witnessed on road without any camouflage, mules doing test rounds.
Speaking on this news briefing, and even taking cues from the sneak peak too, low end variant will do with no chrome bits, black colored front grille – wheel arches – and ORVMs, unlikely to the body colored pinning on same for present generation. That is not even it, complementing technical specifications, engine bay too was given crippling with the (expected) 2.2 litre common rail oil burner, borrowed from Force Traveller, instead of existing 2.2 litre 141PS FM-Tech diesel motor.
Producing 129PS and 300 Nm of peak torque, trimmed down version will boast prices at less than Rs. 10 lakh figure, quite lesser than the trail of Rs. 11.70 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi) for present badge of Force One.