Well, when it comes to electron-powered all-terrain vehicles, they are just some of the celebrity ETV drivers. Bad Boy Buggies has been selling ETVs (that's electric terrain vehicles) to the hunting and country music crowd for a while now and has had a lot of success tapping this market. Based in Natchez, Mississipppi, the BBB crew made the trip down to Austin, Texas for the Austin Alt Car expo this weekend and found a favorable reception for their line of aggressive golf carts. Available in either two- or four-seat configurations, the ETVs use eight 6-volt batteries and a two 13 hp motors (for 26 hp total) that offer 130 foot pounds of torque and can carry 1000 pounds. The four-seater starts at $8,975.
Aside from the silent attack promised in the company's "They'll never hear you coming" tagline, Bad Boy Buggies' ETVs can be fully outfitted for the hunt. The ETVs are more vehicle than the similar AETVs we saw last year. I mean, how many EVs offer two types of gun racks as options?
See a video of a Bad Boy Buggie in action after the jump.