One of the reasons golf courses choose gas powered golf cars over electric is the additional power they provide for hilly terrain but the introduction of electric golf cars like E-Z-GO’s RXV may turn the tide in favor of electric golf cars. E-Z-GO’s RXV is driven by an AC motor rather than a DC motor and is designed to provide more power and additional range per charge. According to reviews from The Club at Cordillera in Vail, CO the new golf car delivers on these promises. Management at the course are impressed not only by the vehicle’s power on hilly terrain and additional range of the RXV but the dual braking system which engages automatically on steep slopes and recharges the batteries. Additional options have made the vehicles easier for the club to maintain and easier for patrons to drive.