APPLING, Ga. – With elected officials and area business leaders on hand, Club Car officially opened its new manufacturing facility recently with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. 

Club Car CEO Mark Wagner and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp did the honors, cutting the ceremonial ribbon in front of employees and community members who assembled outside the 105,000 square-foot flexible production and warehouse space that the vehicle manufacturer opened to produce the fully electric, street legal Club Car Urban for the United States. 

 “Club Car is bringing jobs into Georgia in the growing e-mobility sector and leading the way in compact utility EV manufacturing,” Governor Kemp said.  

Following the ceremony, attendees toured the state-of-the-art facility to learn about the Club Car Urban and witness the production line that can produce up to 20 vehicles per day. There is currently one production line with 13 stations and room to add two more lines if needed. The facility was opened to address expected increased demand in the U.S. for the Club Car Urban. Club Car has committed nearly $8 million in capital investments into the facility over two years.

“We are excited to share how our innovative vehicles are impacting commercial fleet electrification, mini-mobility and last mile delivery,” Wagner said. “As a Georgia-based company for more than sixty years, we are proud of the quality, safety and reliability that our team builds into every Club Car product.” 

Club Car Urban vehicles are electric and street-legal, and designed to navigate large campuses, last mile delivery, municipalities, and hospitality spaces.

Before the facility’s opening, customers had to order the Club Car Urban and wait for it to be built and then shipped overseas from Poland. 

Club Car, acquired by Platinum Equity from Ingersoll Rand in 2021, is a manufacturer supplying a range of golf, consumer and commercial vehicles used around the world.  


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