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Images of a weird-looking Force Motors test mule have surfaced online. The vehicle was spotted testing in Chinchwad, Pune and this vehicle has been spotted testing for the first time. The vehicle looks completely out of place and out of proportion, and that is because it is not the test mule of an upcoming vehicle but could be a test-bed for a new engine or some new technologies.
How did we figure out it is a Force Motors vehicle? Well, there are a few giveaways. The wheels for instance are from the Force Traveller series. Even the wheelbase is similar to the Force Traveller 3050 and so is the sloping roof.
The position of the front wheel with relation to the cabin too is exactly just like the that on the Force Traveller 3050. However, Force seems to have made several major changes to the body. The changes that can be seen include a new elongated bonnet that is flat and has a boxy design.
Gone are the curves that are usually seen on the Force Traveller. The test-mule has weird looking, flat body panels. The Force Traveller has its engine mounted inside the cabin and protrudes only slightly in front of the cabin, allowing it to have a small bonnet.
On the test-mule though, the bonnet has been extended by at the least two feet. The major change though, is at the rear of the vehicle. It seems like the roof has been chopped off to make space for a cargo bay.
What exactly is Force Motors trying to do with this vehicle is anybody's guess at the moment. It could just be a testbed for new technologies or engines, or it could also be that Force Motors is looking to launch a cargo hauler.
Thoughts On Force Motors Tests Weird-Looking Vehicle Near Pune
Force Motors has several variants of the Traveller on sale in India, and it includes a cargo variant too. However, now we know that the company is testing something else and time will reveal what it is that Force Motors is testing.