The brand’s electric trolley and bag range is being updated to include a cellular upgrade on the M5 GPS trolley offering advanced course mapping, real-time updates and performance tracking; a brand-new M3 GPS model featuring a smart touchscreen display and technological features similar to those found on the M5 GPS; and a restyled handle on the M7 Remote offering a wide-screen display incorporating new graphics and remote handset battery level.
There also significant upgrades to the top-of-the-range M-TECH trolley, including a responsive touchscreen GPS and cellular connectivity (like the M5 GPS), with smartphone notifications added to the genuine leather handle grips, chrome detailing and other luxury finishes. Downhill Control, which allows trolleys to maintain a constant speed while moving down a gradient, has been extended across the range, coupled with an electronic parking brake. Aesthetic improvements have been made to every M-Series trolley, including new slimline wheels, styling enhancements and upgrades to screen technologies.
Later this season will see the launch of a new S1 trolley, Motocaddy’s best-selling and lowest price electric model, while two new cart bags are being added to the range, making six in total, along with the HydroFLEX waterproof stand bag. Also in the pipeline is a second rangefinder to partner the previously launched PRO 3000 Laser.