Yamaha Creates First-ever Factory Matte Finish for Fleet Cars



Five, new, edgy colors are being introduced to Yamaha’s 2020 Drive2 models; the color lineup includes Arctic Drift (the industry’s first factory matte finish on a fleet car) and Mica (a bronze metallic) for Drive2 Fleet models, plus Atomic Flame, Graphite, and Mica (all matte finishes) for their Drive2 PTV models.



“We have always set the industry standard. We were the first to develop Electronic Fuel Injection technology in a golf car, the first to make a golf car with fully independent, four-wheel suspension, and the first to create a gas-powered car that is almost as quiet as an electric car so it’s only natural that we continue that legacy by bringing the first-ever, factory matte finish to a fleet car,” said Tom McDonald, President of Yamaha Golf-Car Company.


Yamaha’s new matte colors marry the growing low- or non-gloss paint trend in the automotive industry with the popularity of customizing vehicles in the golf car industry. By bringing the first-ever, factory matte finish option to fleet cars, courses will have the chance to give their customers a unique experience with Yamaha’s legendary quality that’s globally known for setting the standard.


For more information, visit yamahagolfcar.com.

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