Highlighting sustainability and connectivity, Iveco Bus displayed a wide range of products at Busworld. These included a new minibus Daily MY2019 range in natural power and tourism guise. The Crossway Natural Power Range the company showcased, could be had in low entry and normal bus versions.

The 12.96 m CNG Euro6 bus the company presented, can seat 61 (15 standing passengers + wheelchair space). On the electromobility front, Iveco displayed an in-motion charging 18 m BRT Crealis. The bus can seat 30 passengers (20 standing + 2 wheelchair spaces) and is powered by a 250 kW asynchronous motor supported by a 55 kWh battery. The 18 m EWay electric bus from Iveco displayed can seat 35 passengers (15 standing passengers + 2 wheelchair spaces), and is powered by a 200 kW asynchronous electric motor that draws power from a 102 kWh battery pack using the off-board pantograph charging mode. The 12.097 m Evadys diesel coach with 49 seats (49+hostess) the company presented, is aimed at meeting the requirements of regional and national transport. Key features of the Euro6 SCR based bus include USB ports, 19-inch screens, kitchen, toilets, road and hostess cameras besides homemade seats with a sliding system and phone pockets. The ITxPT architecture the company showcased is about plug and play. It is aimed at fleet management and remote assistance and can result in a higher vehicle uptime. Observing a slowdown in the private sector, Scania is continuing to achieve high sales volumes in the European markets. In a technological agnostic approach, the company has drawn a comprehensive strategy to offer a product mix to meet the local demands as well as the demands of the markets the world over that it is present in.

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