Force Gurkha Xtreme Launched – Know Details

Force Gurkha Xtreme comes more power and other subtles changes all around the SUV.

Force Motors introduces the Gurkha Xtreme with the drivetrain that powered the Force Gurkha vehicles which won podium positions at Rain Forest Challenge 2014, 2015 and 2016. Gurkha Xtreme is powered by the Mercedes OM 611 derived common rail engine developing 140 hp and 321 Nm torque with dual mass flywheel that ensures excellent drivability and low NVH. The Gurkha Xtreme also comes with a new transfer case and a new live rigid axle in the front. It also has provision to fit hub locks on the front axles that helps saving fuel as well as reducing stress on the drivetrain while in 2WD.

The Gurkha Xtreme has high strength C-in-C chassis and is the only vehicle in this class which has live rigid front axles with coil spring suspension ensuring best in class on-road handling and ride comfort along with extreme off-roading ability. It is also the only vehicle that comes with differential locks on both front and rear axles to come out of sticky situations, and air intake snorkel for deep water wading.

Force Gurkha Xtreme-front

The Force Gurkha has won many awards like “Racing Car of the Year 2015”; “Best Competition 4×4”, twice in 2015 and 2016; “Best Motorsport Award 2015” and “Monster of the Year Award 2015”; “MUV of the Year 2017”. All these awards bear testimony to the superlative off-roading capabilities and unmatched performance of the Force Gurkha.

Styled on the lines of legendary Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen, the new Force Gurkha has timeless appeal. The exterior of the vehicle has undergone a facelift with a bold new front facia, unique bonnet mounted LED indicators, new front, and rear steel bumpers which add significantly to the style quotient of the vehicle. The signature chrome finish air intake snorkel, muscular side cladding, new attractive bold graphics, clear lens headlamps, front fog lamps, large ORVMs, sturdy and full-length slip resistant footboard, and increased width all-terrain tubeless tyres are standard.

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