Jungle Safari SUV by Force Trax Cruiser unveiled

   Nov 27,2023

Force Motors recently unveiled a customized Trax Cruiser, purpose-built for jungle safari expeditions. The initial fleet of these specialized vehicles is slated for deployment at the Tadoba Tiger Reserve in the near future. This variant of the Trax Cruiser boasts a range of distinctive design and utility modifications tailored to enhance its performance in forest-related operations.


Built on the Trax Cruiser platform, the Force Trax Jungle Safari offers a roomy six-seat cabin with five doors, dual sunroofs, and rear AC vents for enhanced safari comfort.

Force Motors aims to elevate the comfort of tourists on jungle safaris with the specially designed Trax Cruiser. The vehicle features a six-seat cabin and an expanded glass area, providing passengers with a more immersive experience. Fixed glass windows on all sides ensure passenger safety, complemented by front and roof-mounted rear AC vents. Notably, the Trax Jungle Safari introduces a dual sunroof configuration, a first for any Force Trax vehicle. Inside, individual leatherette bucket seats enhance the overall comfort.

Externally, the vehicle is equipped with a sizable roof rack and specially designed guards along the sides. The front of the Force Trax jungle safari boasts a bull bar spanning the nose and another one bordering the front windshield. Creature comforts are further enhanced with the inclusion of mobile charging points.

The Force Trax Jungle Safari maintains consistency with the standard Force Trax Cruiser or Citiline in terms of platform and dimensions. With a length of 5.1 meters and a wheelbase exceeding 3 meters, it remains in line with the standard version.

Under the hood, the specially designed Force Trax Jungle Safari is powered by a Mercedes-Benz-derived 2.6-litre diesel engine, generating 91hp and 250Nm of torque. This powerplant is coupled with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Safety features include an anti-lock braking system (ABS) and electronic brake-force distribution (EBD). Despite its jungle safari enhancements, the vehicle retains the fundamental attributes of the original Force Trax platform.

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