ATVs have changed the way we hunt and enjoy the outdoors. Getting into the outback used to be a hike, climb, or overnight camping trip, yet the development of personal transportation devices has altered that narrative forever. Despite the increased freedom of travel, many are noisy and the sound of your quad may actually scare game from the area. The new battery powered TORQ VLE gives you the option to cruise the outback or zoom along at 35 mph on battery power. Here’s the latest on this cutting-edge design.
Experience the most innovative combination of silence, safety and performance ever engineered into an off-road electric vehicle. Handcrafted in the U.S.A., the TORQ VLE fulfill’s your need for speed with a swift, silent and stable machine that leaves all others in the dust, but with an eye toward driver safety at all times. This electric vehicle is perfect for rugged off-road trails or simple neighborhood excursions.
The VLE in its name stands for Very Lite Electric. The TORQ’s light weight makes it easier to transport and maneuver than other electric vehicles of similar size. With the industry’s lightest overall weight, the TORQ can out-handle, out-accelerate and out-brake all other off-road electric vehicles.
Designed for the adventure seeker, the TORQ VLE provides more speed, maneuverability and overall performance without all of the noise. With a 35+ mph top speed, high-amp output, loads of torque and super-low center of gravity, the TORQ VLE is the fastest and most responsive electric off-road vehicle to ever kick up dust. And even though it can top out at 35 mph, larger tires, all-wheel disc brakes and independent suspension smooth out the bumps, making it comfortable and easy to drive on even the most uneven terrain.
TORQ takes the best of class, U.S.-made components from MicroSprint Racing and EV premium aftermarket and combines them with a carefully designed custom tubular steel frame to create an extreme and unique driver-only experience. For more information visit www.torq-vle.com.
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