1.According to a recent report by Grand View Research, the global golf cart battery market size is predicted to reach USD 284.4 million by 2027, with the increasing adoption of lithium-ion batteries in golf carts due to their lower cost, longer-lasting lithium-ion batteries, and greater efficiency.
2.In June 2021, Yamaha announced that its new fleet of electric golf carts would be powered by lithium-ion batteries, which are expected to offer longer run time, greater durability, and faster recharging times.
3.E-Z-GO, a Textron Specialized Vehicles brand, has launched a new line of lithium-powered golf carts called the ELiTE Series, which claims to have a reduction of maintenance cost by 90% over traditional lead-acid batteries.
4.In 2019, Trojan Battery Company unveiled a new line of lithium-ion phosphate (LFP) batteries for golf carts, which are designed to have a longer runtime, faster charging time and greater efficiency than traditional lead-acid batteries.
5. Club Car is also introducing its lithium-ion battery technology, which will be included with its new Tempo Walk golf carts that are designed with an integrated GPS, Bluetooth speakers and a portable charger to keep your phone or other electronics charged up.
Post time: Apr-03-2023