In order to ensure its latest golf car appeared suitably opulent, Garia worked closely with Mansory, the same car customizer often associated with car brands like Bentley, Bugatti, and Ferrari. Accordingly, this particular blinged-out buggy comes with signature Mansory spec including leather dashboard, custom seat, and carbon fiber rear body.
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Excluding wing mirrors, the Garia Mansory Currus measures 92 x 48 x 47.5 inches (roughly 233 x 121 x 120 cm). Three different driving modes are available for selection: Golf, Street and Race – each of which correspond to particular top speed and acceleration settings.
A lithium battery-powered motor (featuring adjustable motor braking and battery regeneration) lends a top speed of up to 60 km/h (37 mph), and a maximum range to match – none too shabby for a vehicle type usually seen navigating gently undulating golf courses at a snail's pace.
Garia is keeping predictably tight-lipped when it comes to the asking price of the Mansory Currus. However, judging by the company’s track record of producing exorbitantly-priced golf cars, if you need to ask how much it’ll cost, you’re probably not one of the seven people who’ll be buying one of these ultra-limited edition models.
The Garia Mansory Currus will be launched at the upcoming International Geneva Motor Show, scheduled for March 7 - 17.