MAN Lion’s Coach is the “Sustainable Bus of the Year 2022”

Sustainable Bus of the year – Coach category

MAN Lion’s Coach
MAN Lion’s Coach has impressed the jury for several reasons. With the longest version it can offer space for 61 passengers with the lowest CO2 emission per passenger.
The 510 Hp engine is 100% compatible to alternative fuels such as HVO and Bio-Diesel. The maximum torque is available at a very low RPM with clear benefits for the general vehicle efficiency.
The vehicle is equipped with all the latest connectivity tools such as predictive maintenance and fleet management. It offers a full package of infotainment tools for users, together with a new generation of seats made by recycled materials.

Sustainable Bus of the year – Intercity category

Isuzu Kendo 13 CNG
With a full safety package made of all the latest electronic tools together with fleet management services, this vehicle’s very low emissions are allowed by the 320 HP CNG Cummins engine that provides the same performance as the diesel equivalent with clear benefits on the TCO.
The 81% of the vehicle components can be recycled.
Last but not least, is features the highest CNG tank capacity in its class. Tanks are placed on the roof without compromising the overall height, the space in the luggage compartment, and the very good design of the vehicle.

Sustainable Bus of the year – Urban category

Solaris Urbino 15 LE Electric
The 3 axles architecture of Solaris Urbino 15 LE Electric improves comfort and stability, it can also be homologated for both Class 1 and Class 2. It is equipped with a full package of the latest safety electronic tools together with real time fleet monitoring and tracking. It is fitted with 6 battery packs with a total capacity of 470 kilowatt/hours and can be charged by plug-in connector. On request, the bus can be equipped with a pantograph recharging system. Last but not least, it’s the first bus equipped with long awaited ZF central motor CeTrax.

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