The shift to electrification is gaining pace, and it’s not just limited to road cars. Even go-karts are shifting to a cleaner, more sustainable future. That doesn’t mean they’re slower or less fun to drive.
Of course, the best way to see for yourself how an electric kart works is to get behind the wheel of one, and we give you the chance to find out first hand, for free.
That’s how it is. We invite you (and your companion) to participate in the paultan.org Electrification Challenge on June 3. Sponsored by Volvo, the event inin kilos Subang Baru will see you take to the track in electric karts with us and Volvo EV owners to test what the new frontier is all about.
With practice, qualifying and race sessions, there will be no shortage of thrills and thrills. You’ll also be able to get first-hand insight into the Volvo EV ownership experience in Malaysia, and if you’ve been interested in trying out theand SUV, you can test them in the day.
Both the all-electric C40 and XC40 feature an all-wheel-drive electric powertrain, consisting of a 78 kWh (75 kWh usable) lithium-ion battery powering a pair of electric motors, one for each axle, with a total system power of 408 PS (402 PS or 300 kW) and 660 Nm of torque. The C40 offers 450 km of range per charge (438 km in the XC40 Pure Electric variant), so commuting is easy.
If you have any questions about the C40 and XC40 from an ownership experience perspective, the event gives you the perfect opportunity to find out by asking the owners of these vehicles for their views.
So, what are you waiting for?For him paultan.org Electrification challenge. There are two sessions (9 am and 13.30 pm), so . We will contact you to confirm participation. I see you there!