Club Car introduces two new personal vehicles

Club Car introduces two new personal vehicles

Drivers can opt for a new six-passenger model or one powered by a maintenance-free lithium-ion battery.


Club Car recently unveiled two new offerings from its Onward line of personal transportation vehicles: the six-passenger Onward and the HP Lithium-Ion powered Onward. The new offerings come amid growing consumer demand for PTVs with increased space and seating options, and low maintenance electric PTVs.

“As we observe shifts in the transportation needs of communities and families, these new customizations were designed with our evolving customers in mind,” said Ross Atherton, vice president and general manager, Club Car Consumer at Ingersoll Rand.

The six-passenger Onward PTV was engineered with rider comfort, safety and style in mind. The design includes a standard 4-wheel brake system and enhanced suspension system, grab handles, ample leg room, and a one-piece canopy design that covers rear-facing passengers and multiple compartments for storage.

The HP Lithium-Ion powered Onward PTV features a 3.1-kilowatt hour lithium ion battery that requires no maintenance. The 4.7-horsepower motor and 375 Amp controller deliver hill-climbing power and acceleration.

In related news, the National Club Association announced Thursday that Club Car has renewed its commitment to NCA’s corporate partner program as an executive partner. The renewal marks the partnership’s fifth year, highlighting the firm’s steadfast dedication to promoting the well-being of private clubs nationwide. Club Car will continue to benefit NCA’s members through sponsorships and educational initiatives across NCA’s many platforms and experiences.