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.
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.
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 of 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.