With AWD and some solid hauling capacity the EV LSV appears to boast stats similar to its gas powered brothers.
Polaris Defense today announced the introduction of their Low Speed Vehicle, the Polaris EV LSV, designed for on and off-road use.
“We are excited to introduce the Polaris EV LSV to the military market,” said Mark McCormick, managing director of Polaris Defense. “The features and superiority of our product will greatly benefit applications that require vehicles with on and off-road capabilities.”
Based off the RANGER EV platform, Polaris’ first off-road, electric vehicle, the Polaris EV LSV includes the necessary features including horn, turn signals, automotive-quality windshield and rear view mirror, for on-road use. With its 30 horsepower electric motor, quiet operation, 50 mile range and 25 mph top speed, the Polaris EV LSV is the most-capable LSV available for military use. The unit features three modes; High for speed, Low for towing and hauling, and Max for maximum range to ensure the best use of power and battery life for any application.
The Polaris EV LSV was built to be tough and reliable. Its 1,000-pound payload capacity, 1,250 lbs. of towing and On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive for harsh terrain makes it a strong work partner; and its exclusive 48-volt, AC Induction motor provides high performance with low maintenance for maximum reliability. For recharging ease, the unit can be charged using a standard 110 volt AC outlet.
Polaris Defense also is offering the Polaris EV LSV to all Federal Government Agencies. Available colors include Red, Blue and Green. More information regarding the new Polaris EV LSV can be found at www.polarislsv.com