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SCANIA AT BUSWORLD: SCANIA SHOWCASES BROADEST RANGE

 

SCANIA ENTERS THE STARTING LINE AT BUSWORLD 2015 WITH ITS BROADEST RANGE EVER – ALL WITH A FOCUS ON SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS. SCANIA WILL UNVEIL A NEW RANGE OF BUSES AND COACHES THAT MEET THE HIGHEST DEMANDS IN PASSENGER TRANSPORT.

Scania showcases broadest range(PDF 104 kb)

“I am confident that these vehicles will meet with success in the market. The time is ripe for a new and exciting approach to bus and coach travel that will attract new groups of passengers,” says Klas Dahlberg, Head of Buses and Coaches at Scania.

Scania’s additional strong line-up at Busworld
Hybridised Scania Citywide LE with the 320 hp hybrid biodiesel engine. This 12-metre bus, which now also complies with requirements for Class II operations, features an innovative approach to an efficient passenger flow. Designed primarily for suburb-to-suburb and suburb-to-city operations in order to gain the full energy and economic potential of hybridisation, the interior has been planned accordingly. The forward section features ample standing space for passengers travelling short distances while those on longer journey can enjoy comfortable seating.

Scania Citywide LF with the 280 hp gas engine
The 12-metre bus, seating 21+2 passengers features Scania’s acclaimed Euro 6 gas engine, providing opportunities for cities to substantially reduce not only carbon emissions but also urban noise level.

Scania Touring HD with the 450 hp engine
The Scania Touring coach with the 13-litre Scania inline 6-cylinder Euro 6 SCR engine has been further optimised for fuel savings. The 13.7-metre coach to be exhibited at Busworld has a seating capacity of 57+1+1.

“Scania leads the way towards sustainable transport without compromising on performance, operating economy or passenger appeal,” says Klas Dahlberg. “We presently offer the widest choice of alternative fuels, all available here and now.”

High resolution images are available via https://www.scania.com/group/en/documents-scania-at-busworld/