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A few days back, we brought you the teaser image of the Force Motors’ Force One SUV along with substantial information about the vehicle that was disclosed at a recent Press Conference by the carmaker. While the teaser image showed the daytime-running LED lights, we now have images of the interiors! Also Read - Flipkart and Amazon India festive sales violate FDI norms and must be banned: CAIT
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One of our avid readers, Satyajeet, spotted the vehicle in Pune recently. The images he managed to capture show the design of the interiors. As confirmed by Force Motors earlier, the steering wheel features audio controls but no connectivity for phones here. The instrumentation console that can be seen behind the steering wheel shows the multi-information LCD display which is expected to have readouts for real time fuel economy, range, odometer, trip-meter etc.
The centre console seems to have a very basic design and integrates a JVC audio system. The system is compatible with USB and Auxiliary inputs. However, the switches and knobs of the music system don’t seem to gel all that well with the air-con and temperature knobs.
The wood-finish panels for the centre console and its storage spaces is expected to add a premium feel to the interiors of the Force One. However, we would have liked to see a matte-finish on these panels instead of the glossy ones you see in the images above.
The centre console packs in a 12V socket and a separate cigarette lighter as well – seems like these features have been implemented after a thorough market research. The console also has separate knobs for the front and rear air-con fan speeds.
The second row comes with dual air conditioning vents and also has centre arm rest. The last row configuration however (pictured above) has collapsible seats and can be accessed the conventional way by collapsing the second row seats.
The Force One SUV will be launched in a few days from now if what our sources tell us. The Force One SUV is powered by a 2.2-litre engine from Daimler and the suspension has been tuned by Lotus Engineering from UK.