What do you buy for the fulltime RVer who has everything? Why, a limited edition Garia Mansory Currus golf cart of course. This unique electric-powered vehicle -- developed by Danish luxury leisure car manufacturer Garia in collaboration with Germany’s tuning autohaus, Mansory -- takes a humble two-seater golf cart and turns it into a tricked out 37 mph roadster that’s perfect for tearing up your local RV campground. The Garia Mansory Currus will be unveiled at the 83rd International Motor Shows which opens in Geneva on March 7, 2013.
Outfitted with a leather trimmed dashboard and bespoke leather seating, the 92-inch-long and 48-inch-wide carbon fibre-bodied Garia Mansory Currus has three selectable driving modes -- Golf, Street and Race -- with pre-configured speed and acceleration settings which, according to Garia, gives the Currus “a genuine race car feel.” Fitted with lithium batteries the Garia Mansory Currus has a range of up to 37 miles (60 km) on a single charge.
Although the Garia Mansory Currus is not street legal in the U.S., it may yet appeal to celebrities like Vin Diesel (Dominic Toretto in the “The Fast and the Furious” franchise), who are always in the market for suitable “on set” transportation. Diesel’s collection of big boy’s toys currently includes one of the world’s largest luxury RVs - a Ron Anderson Mobile Estate.
One of Garia’s pink hued golf cart models -- with its signature pink seat piping and pink golf bag holder straps -- is currently used by U.S. pro-golfer Paula Creamer on the LPGA tour.
No news from Garia on the price tag for either the standard two-seater or the 2 + 2 variant but with accessories on these tricked out golf carts falling in the $333 to $7,925 price range it’s likely a campground vehicle that only owners of a Millennium, Liberty or Newell coach could afford.