The Club Car 411 is a battery-electric utility vehicle.
 - Photo courtesy of AEV Technologies

The Club Car 411 is a battery-electric utility vehicle.

Photo courtesy of AEV Technologies

AEV Technologies, which specializes in light-duty battery-electric vehicles, and Club Car, which specializes in golf, consumer, and utility vehicles, are partnering to offer an all-new battery-electric utility vehicle for commercial markets. The Club Car 411 is designed for a wide range of applications, including campus environments, warehouse and logistics, municipal use, utilities, and universities.

“AEV Technologies is excited to partner with Club Car to provide cost-effective, clean energy fleet alternatives that optimize budgets and increase efficiencies,” said Rod Keller, CEO, AEV Technologies. “Together we can expand our offerings by building vehicles that require significantly less maintenance, are more affordable to acquire or lease, and deliver a lower cost of ownership.”

The new partnership leverages AEV's expertise in manufacturing and designing electric vehicles as well as its international supply chain, and combines it with Club Car's extensive dealer network and history of providing solutions that meet ever-evolving customer needs.

“Club Car offers a wide range of reliable and long-lasting utility and transportation vehicles with innovative technology and progressive solutions,” said Brant Mitchell, Club Car’s portfolio leader for commercial utility. “Our partnership with AEV and its established and experienced domestic and international automotive supply chain partners reinforces Club Car’s commitment to provide new and sustainable vehicle options for our customers and the many markets we serve.”

See Club Car at the 2019 Government Fleet Expo & Conference, booth #1201. Learn more about the show here.

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