2018 Isuzu D-Max (Facelift) Pick-up Revealed

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The mid-term face-lift is official in Thailand, likely to debut at 2017 Thai Motor Expo next month.

Isuzu Motor´s popular D-Max pickup truck is all-set for an another face-lift in its current, second-generation avatar. Back in 2015, the D-Max received minor exterior updates, and the latest 2018 refreshments will keep it fresh enough to take on its rivals in the South Asian market.

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As per the official images, the new Isuzu D-Max boasts a re-worked front grille, more of an up-side-down makeover from the previous look. But it is even more aggressive, while the headlamp assemblies are more sharp, especially the L-shaped LED DRL detailing. In the lower bumper, the fog lamp is housed in a plastic garnish, while the skid plate is well-pronounced now. Depending on the variants, the lower styling may get dual-tone embellishments, while new alloy design for the high-spec double-cab variant is also assured. Rest of the body structure and styling elements are largely untouched. New paint schemes may be added to new pickup.

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2018 Isuzu D-Max Face-lift: The visual revisions are quite subtle and minimal, depending on the variants.

On the inside, there seems hardly any major revisions. The plain-yet-functional dashboard with 3-spoke steering wheel is retained, although the brown fabric upholstery is new. There is less likely to be any new functional upgrades inside the cabin.

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Details on engine and technical upgrades are not yet known officially. Considering the nature of the face-lift, Isuzu is likely to continue the RZ4E-TC 1.9-litre and 4JJ1-TCX 3.0-litre diesel engines in the Thailand market. The former generates 150 PS of max power, while the 3.0-litre variant delivers 177 PS and 380 Nm of torque.

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2018 Isuzu D-Max Face-lift: The brown upholstery is the latest addition, rest is all carried over from the previous model.

In India, the Isuzu D-Max second-generation is sold as V-Cross since last year, with the only option of the 1.9-litre diesel engine. The company is likely to showcase the latest face-lift at the 2018 Auto expo next year, just as how it did the previous time.

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Irizar i8: Coach of the Year 2018 – Busworld Europe

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Attractive styling and reliable built of the new Irizar i8 has won tons of accolades. 

World´s leading bus and coach maker Irizar made a vibrant premiere of its flagship i8 luxury coach at this year edition of Busworld Europe event in Kortrijk, Belgium. The i8 has been nominated as the Best Coach of the Year 2018 in Europe by a jury of specialist journalists from the continent. The award is also claimed as a recognition to the bus maker´s strategic efforts to in recent times to position itself among the top independent OEMs in the industry.

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Akin to other Irizar PB and Century coach ranges, the `i´ series is well-recognized in the European market for its dynamic design cues and innovative built. The latest i8 takes this unique personality of the buses to whole new levels, thanks to its strong visual impressions and bold stance. Take for instance the pronounced line that flows across all sides of the coach – a styling element that is far more refined and harmonious that most of its rivals. Not to miss out the abrupt lines generating suave reflections on the body.

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Irizar i8 Coach packs in dynamic and refined styling, matching its mammoth size

The eye-ball grabbing V-shaped stainless trim on its chest, flanked on both sides by the new LED headlights, combined with the nicely fashioned windshield is revolutionary. The rear profile of the coach is even more evocative, thanks to aggressive tail lamps and air louvres for the engine compartment, in-sync with the coach’s style. On the inside, the highest level of personalisation is eminent, with driver and passenger comfort and utility given utmost preference.

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Irizar i8 is available in four lengths – 12.4 m, 13.2 m. 14 m, and 14.98 metre. Seating arrangement can be either 2+2, 2+1 or 1+1 uber luxurious seating, with kitchen and washroom, and a variety of entertainment systems and fabric finishes. Powertrain options for the i8 touring coach includes a 10.8-litre and 12.9-litre 6-cylinder diesel engines (Euro 6), with the later generating up to 510 hp of power and 2,500 Nm of torque.

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Irizar i8 is the flagship variant of the “i” range of luxury liners

Buyers can either opt ZF Ecolife 6-speed automatic gearbox with torque converter, or a ZF AS Tronic fully-automated 12-speed manual transmission. The buses are also equipped with electronically-controlled pneumatic suspension (ECAS) and braking assistance using ABS and ESC technologies, aided by EBD.

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Alstom Aptis Electric Urban Mobility – 2017 Busworld Europe

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Aptis, an unique urban e-mobility product, has received “Innovation Label” at Busworld Awards this year. 

At the 2017 Busworld exhibition in Kortrijk, Belgium, French rail and passenger transport firm Alstom displayed its unique electro-mobility solution for city applications. Inspired from the design and working of trams, the `Aptis´ is an electric city bus-like product, with unconventionality as its basic trait! It has been developed in partnership with NTL.

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On the face of it, the Alstom Aptis renders a futuristic low-floor bus concept, but the fully-steerable wheels situated at both the ends of the vehicle with no overhangs makes you look awestruck! This functionality is perhaps the important character that Alstom feels necessary for all city buses in future. The vehicle occupies 25 percent less surface area in curves, can have ridiculously short turning radius in city traffic and BRTS systems, and what not?

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Alstom Aptis occupies 25 percent less surface area in curves, thanks to fully-steerable wheels on both the ends.

The double doors, again derived from tram design, offer easier passenger flows inside and out, quite friendly for wheelchairs and strollers as well. There are panoramic windows at both ends, offering 20 percent more window surface than regular buses. The cabin also experiences low noise levels, claims the company. The passenger compartment can be easily customized to suit unique needs. A lounge at the rear, two or three twin-doors, or customized seating layout – anything is possible with the flexible interior design says Alstom.

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Where are the batteries and power systems located then? Fully low-floor layout must hint you that they are placed up over the roof, with the axle-mounted drive motors powering the wheels. Alstom has also previewed ground-based static charging system `SRS´ for electric vehicles like Aptis, something again inspired from the tramways infrastructure.

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Alstom Aptis: Driver console and Dashboard

The Aptis is presently on trial runs on the Ile de France network, while similar experimentations in other French and European cities are planned in near future. It is manufactured at NTL’s plant in Duppigheim, with key components sourced from Alstom’s facilities in France.

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E-FUSO Vision One: All-Electric Heavy-Duty Truck Concept

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E-FUSO born as an exclusive product brand dedicated to electric mobility of trucks and buses.

Daimler Trucks owned Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) has unveiled its first heavy-duty battery-electric truck concept “Vision One” under its electric-mobility sub-brand “E-FUSO”. This project underlines the feasibility of a pure-electric truck for heavy-duty haulage, after the successful launch of Fuso e-Canter light truck.

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With a GVW of about 23 tons, the E-FUSO Vision One can carry a payload of approx. 11 tons. This is just two tons short of what its diesel counterpart can haul. The company says that the electric truck can be equipped with battery pack up to 300 kilowatt hours, thereby extending the driving range up to 350 kms on a single charge. This makes the Vision One well-qualified for regional medium-duty haulage and distribution. The batteries are supplied by Deutsche Accumotive, a subsidiary of Daimler Group.

The visual appeal of the Vision One truck is quite futuristic and vibrant, thanks to sleek LED-powered headlamps and sweeping day-time running strips. Absence of any air dam in the bumpers or conventional side mirrors or windshield wipers makes the truck a figment of futurism. MFTBC believes that a possible market entry for the production version of this electric truck is feasible in the next four years, especially in developed markets like Japan, Europe and United States.

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Mitsubishi Fuso, a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks, is marching ahead in electric trucking by making battery-electric trucks commercially feasible.

In fact, Mitsubishi Fuso has wowed the industry by announcing its plan to electrify its entire range of trucks and buses in years to come. With rapidly evolving battery technology, electric trucks and buses will have a positive environmental and economic impact on society, adds the company. The company is leveraging the massive investment and expertise on electro-mobility by its parent company.

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Just last month, Fuso launched its the first series-produced battery-electric light truck eCanter, proving that the electric trucks are commercially feasible. The eCanter boasts a GVW of 7.5 tons, with a driving range of 100-120 km on a single charge. The company claims that the e-truck brings proven commercial benefits of savings up to 1,000 Euros in operating costs per 10,000 kilometers.

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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter City 45 Minibus – 2017 Busworld Europe

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New Sprinter City 45 can seat up to 13 passengers, with additional standing room for 9 commuters.

Whenever Europeans think of “Minibus”, their imagination is more likely to go straight to Mercedes-Benz Sprinter City mid-size vans! They are in production since 1995, and the sheer range of customized vehicles built on the Sprinter chassis is simply amazing. Spanning four model ranges (Sprinter City 35, 45, 65, and 77) and 17 different models, the Sprinter City undertakes diverse tasks from regular-service and inter-city routes to touring and transporting people across cities, suburbs and countryside.

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The latest revision to the Sprinter City 45, which debuted at the 2017 Busworld Europe early this week, features additional three rows of seating with an extended overall length by 400 mm. Built on the Sprinter panel van with the longest available wheelbase (4325 mm), the new minibus boasts long rear overhang that serves as the platform, giving it a length of 7.36 metres. Since the wheelbase remains unchanged, the turning radius of 15.3 m is also unaffected. Daimler claims that this enhances the maneuverability of the vehicle while driving along narrow lanes or city traffic.

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With a slim width of 1.99 metres, the overall length of 7.36 metres of the Mercedes Sprinter City 45 isn´t a bane, especially while maneuvering through narrow lanes and city traffic.

A major highlight of the Sprinter City 45 is its low-floor entrance, with a mere 270 mm floor height above the ground. A double-wing outward-swinging door glazes down to the floor level, facilitating easy access into the passenger compartment. Daimler Buses claim that the cabin is well-thoughtfully laid-out, with air-conditioning or standard climate control system, LED lighting, and stop signalling system.  The new “City Star Eco” seats are light and functional, with padded seat surfaces and backrests. Large destination display panels up front and rear panel design is also new.

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The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter City 45 comes fitted with OM 651 2.14-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine (Euro 6) with high-torque potentials. The engine generates a standard output of 143 hp, while an optional 163 hp version is also available. It is paired to a 7G-Tronic Plus 7-speed automatic gearbox. Daimler builds these minibuses at its assembly in Dortmund, England. Both RHD and LHD versions are available.

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MAN Lion´s Coach (Next-Generation) – 2017 Busworld Europe

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MAN´s premium touring coach now bags unique design language, improved engine dynamics, and a more rigid skeleton.

MAN Truck and Bus introduced the Lion´s Coach in 1996. Since then, the bus range has set several benchmarks in the segment, especially in the European markets. At the 2017 Busworld Europe, the company has premiered the latest iteration of the Lion´s Coach, with loads of improvements and visual updates. The bus has even won “Grand Coach Award” at the traditionally held Busworld Awards Competition European Coach Week (ECW) in the run-up to the event.

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To start with, eye-catching new-age design language and styling cues with unique silhouette and LED-DRL embellishments presents a whole new character to the Lion´s Coach. The fully-LED headlamps, just as the tail lights, are around 50 percent bright than halogens, while also offering greater range and visibility. On the inside, MAN has slapped-in several changes to make the cabin more attractive. Take for instance the LED strip-illuminated floor area, or the improved storage areas and luggage racks.

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MAN Lion´s Coach range offers various driver assistance and safety technologies available including Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane and Attention Guard systems

The latest Lion´s Coach is compliant to the ECE R66.02 roll-over standards of Europe, which is applicable to all class II and III buses from November this year. MAN says that high-strength steel components into bus´s skeleton and use of tube-in-tube technology for the roll bar in the B-pillar area ensures that crash energy is absorbed effectively in the event of a roll-over. There is also a 20 percent improvement in aerodynamics of the body, adds the company.

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The Lion´s Coaches are powered by `D26´ 12.4-litre 6-cylinder diesel engine (Euro 6) that can deliver power up to 500 hp depending on the variant. The latest improvements have enhanced the output by around 20 hp and 200 Nm of torque, along with the addition of a secondary retarder and a more powerful EVBec engine brake. Power is transmitted to the wheels by MAN TipMatic gearbox featuring Smart-Shifting function and Idle-speed driving.

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MAN Lion´s Coach will be available in 4 avatars – 12.1 m, 13 m, 13.3 m, and 13.9 metre lengths, in either two or three axles configurations

The driver assistance and safety technologies available in the MAN coach includes Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Lane Guard System (LGS) and Attention Guard system. MAN´s `EfficientCruise´ cruise control with the EfficientRoll coasting function is also on the list. The premium touring coach is available in three avatars – 12.1 m, 13.3 m, and 13.9 metre in either two or three axles configuration. By this year end,  a 13 m dual-axle variant of the Lion´s coach will also be ready.

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Volvo 9900 and 9700 ‘Kortrijk Edition’ Coaches – 2017 Busworld Europe

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Special edition coaches feature a unique interior and exterior design elements and badges.

This year´s Busworld exhibition that just concluded at the city of Kortrijk in Belgium was the last of its kind, a tradition coming to an end after 45 years. Volvo Buses wanted to make the glorious occasion special, with the signature “Kortrijk Edition” of its premium luxury coaches. Only 10 units of the specially designed Volvo 9900 and Volvo 9700 coaches with Kortrijk signature ornamentation are built by the brand. The buses are up for grabs till the end of this year in all markets throughout the Europe.

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The “Kortrijk Edition” Volvo 9900 and Volvo 9700 coaches boast unique interior and exterior design elements and signature badges. This includes specially designed seat upholstery and leather-clad entry grab-handles, among others. The chassis of the coaches feature automatic height control, while Volvo’s fuel-saving I-See system is also on board the luxury liners.

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Volvo Safety: Both 9900 and 9700 coaches boast protective structure and class-leading active systems for driver assistance and passive safety

Both the flagship Volvo 9900 and 9700 models are powered by Euro 6-compliant 11-litre diesel engine that generate max power up to 460 hp. The engine is mated to advanced and energy-saving Volvo I-Shift automatic gearbox. The buses are equipped with Volvo Dynamic Steering technology as well.

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The comprehensive safety package of the Volvo coaches includes Lane Keeping Support, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Collision Warning with Emergency Braking. In addition, Knee Impact Protection, Front Impact Protection, and Front Under-run Protection System is also on the list, along with extra lighting for optimum visibility. The buses are loaded with camera to ward-off blind spots for the driver.

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Mercedes-Benz Citaro Hybrid with Supercapacitors – 2017 Busworld Europe

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The hybrid system offers up to 8.5 percent lower fuel consumption than the conventional diesel-powered Citaro.

Daimler Buses had world debuted its Citaro Hybrid range of urban buses under the Mercedes-Benz marque at the 2017 Busworld Europe, Kortrijk in Belgium. The company has now made the hybrid technology optional for a wide range of Citaro buses fitted with both diesel and natural gas-powered engines (NGT models) in rigid, articulated, or low-entry layouts. Daimler says that it considers hybrids not as an interim technology en-route to electric drive systems, but as an efficient way to hone the ICE systems.

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The Citaro hybrid combines a series of energy-efficient technologies to save fuel consumption. To start with, the Intelligent Eco Steering, an electro-hydraulic steering system, operates only on demand unlike the conventional hydraulic steering systems. Next is the braking energy recuperation, by which the electric motor that assists the IC engine acts as a generator during braking and overrun phases.

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MB Citaro Hybrid features twin-modules supercapacitors (2 Ah total capacity) containing 16 double layer capacitors at a space-saving location over the roof.

The energy thus generated is then stored in double layer capacitors called as `supercaps´ (aka supercapacitors) that are characterized by high power density. They are best suited for high power peaks and quick changeover between charging and discharging during start/stop cycles in typical city bus operation. Daimler has ideally placed the twin-modules supercapacitors (2 Ah total capacity) containing 16 double layer capacitors at a space-saving location over the roof. A water-cooler inverter converts the DC into AC to drive the electric motor.

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The disc-shaped synchronous electric motor, on the other hand, is positioned between the IC engine and the automatic gearbox, just like the way it was done in Mercedes-Benz E-300 BlueTEC Hybrid some five years ago! In fact, this motor is used in Mercedes S-Class cars as starter motors! This straightforward design is perhaps compact and less-heavy, also effective in assisting the engine when it demands power, especially while moving off from idle. The electric motor simply reduces the engine burden, that is why there is hardly any boost to the max power and speed generated. Yet, fuel consumption is reduced in the process.

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Mercedes-Benz Citaro Hybrid features Intelligent Eco Steering, an electro-hydraulic steering system. Read more here

Again like its passenger cars, Daimler has equipped the Citaro hybrid with a 48 volt energy architecture thereby eliminating any high-voltage safety restrictions in its design. The compactness of the hybrid system results in almost no loss of passenger space in the cabin. The hybrid system is compatible with Citaro´s two prime range of engines – Mercedes-Benz OM 936 G 6-cylinder in-line diesel in both vertical and horizontal layouts, and M 936 G natural gas engine used in Citaro NGT.

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BYD Midibus Battery Electric 8.7m – 2017 Busworld Europe

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BYD´s all-new low-floor midibus targeted at European markets. 

At the international Busworld exhibition this year at Kortrijk, Belgium, Chinese electric bus maker BYD has unveiled its all-new 8.7-metre battery-powered `Midibus´. This new European-spec e-bus augments the brand´s wide range of electric bus portfolio that already covers 10.2, 10.8 and 12m single deckers, an 18m articulated, double deckers and an inter-city electric coach.

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This is the fourth appearance of the electric auto maker at Busworld event, and the company is continuing to prove its expertise as the most important player of electric buses and battery technology, that too in a tech-savvy European market! The company also unveiled its 12-metre low-floor electric bus built 100 percent in Europe for the first time, at its newly established assembly at Komarom in Hungary.

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BYD will promote the Midibus in those niche and tricky segments of e-bus space in Europe where its larger models cannot penetrate.

Coming back to the BYD Midibus, the e-bus measures 8,750 mm long, 2,455 mm wide, and 3,225 mm high, with a wheelbase of 4,350 mm. The bus´s floor height is 370 mm, while its turning radius is pegged at 16 metres. BYD claims that the unique frontal design of the Midibus previewing its future family styling sets new standards amid the competition. The all-new aluminium body construction is also superior, it adds. The Midibus can seat up to 58 passengers, along with room for 36 standees. The bus is fully air-conditioned as well.

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The battery-operated bus shares BYD´s Iron Phosphate battery technology, which is paired to a 90 x 2 kW electric propulsion. Charging source is twin AC 40 kW units, with a minimum charging time of two hours. BYD claims that the Midibus can clock 200 km range on single charge. The company is hoping to promote this bus in new sectors of the European market, especially on those niche and tricky segments where BYD’s larger models cannot penetrate.

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Scania Citywide LF Battery Electric – 2017 Busworld Europe

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The all-electric city bus is scheduled to go on sale by next year.

Commercial bus maker Scania´s product range on display at the 2017 Busworld Kortrijk show also includes the battery-run low-floor city bus Scania Citywide. The Citywide LF Electric, which was on initial trials in Sweden, has received first-ever public premiere at the bus expo in Belgium.

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Although the company has not revealed any technical specifications and performance ratings of the electric drivetrain, it is understood that the battery-electric technology has been developed in-house after rigorous testing. Typical Combined Charging System (CCS) via cable sourcing of power from the main grid is available in these buses.

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Scania Citywide LF Battery Electric city bus with Wireless Inductive Charging system

In addition, Scania´s innovative wireless inductive charging is worth mentioning. This under body charging units built exclusively at the bus stops, so that the battery gets replenished while waiting for passengers. Sources say that a 7-minute charging can extend the driving range of the city buses by 14 kms.

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Scania claims that this method of opportunity charging is designed specifically for high-capacity urban routes. The system is already on test in the Swedish city of Södertälje for the brand´s electric-hybrid buses. Volvo Buses, on the other hand, is banking more on the open-source “OppCharge” opportunity charging infrastructure in Europe for its pure-electric and e-hybrid buses.

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Scania Citywide LF Electric: Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis rendition on the roof inside the cabin!

The Scania Citywide LF Electric on display at the show is more than just a mobility product, but a work of art too! The designers have made exotic lighting impressions inside the cabin, with the use of unique and novel materials of Scandinavia. The roof brings wondrous rendition of the `Northern Lights´phenomenon, that is popular in the region of northern Sweden where the e-bus is soon to be inducted into service.

Apart from the Citywide LF Battery-Electric, Scania´s buses portfolio at the 2017 Busworld Europe event includes Scania Touring, Scania Interlink HD, Scania Interlink MD, and Scania Interlink LD Hybrid.

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