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Shelby Goes Golf Car

A new golf car model features a familiar name for car aficionados.

DSG Global, Inc. recently announced the new officially licensed range of Shelby® golf carts to the world market.

In an effort to shake up the golf car market, Vantage Tag Systems, a division of DSG Global, is launching a line of highly featured, high performance, officially licensed Shelby golf cars.

More than just a styling exercise, these volume-production carts have performance and convenience upgrades to ensure they truly are the “Shelby of Golf Carts.” There are three models available: Shelby GT-350, Shelby GT-500, and the ultimate in performance, the Shelby Cobra which is up to 96% more powerful than a standard electric golf car.

All versions feature a powerful, maintenance-free AC electric motor and large lithium battery pack. Other available upgrades include a coil over front suspension, performance brakes, and 14-inch wheels. They have selectable performance modes, with a low-speed mode tuned specifically for golf course operation. Higher performance for other environments is available at the touch of a button. These cars also have the latest technology typically found in premium automobiles including a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth smartphone connectivity, rear backup camera, radio, LED lighting and streaming music. And they are available with three seating configurations: 2-seat golf cart, 4-seat resort cart and special order 6-seat version.

Vantage Tag Systems is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of fleet management solutions for the golf industry, including carts and vehicle tracking systems. Adding this lineup of Shelby carts to its portfolio provides even more options to its customers and brings added excitement to the game of golf.

DSG Global is committed to the electrification of mobility. In addition to golf carts, the company imports and markets electric SUVs, pickup trucks, low-speed vehicles, e-Scooters, e-Bikes, and commercial vehicles under the Imperium brand.

The company introduced the GT-500 Shelby golf car as well as many other vehicles from Imperium at the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show in November