Italy: Autoguidovie Orders 120 IVECO BUS E-WAY Electric Buses

IVECO BUS has been awarded a contract to supply 120 E-WAY electric city buses to Autoguidovie Group, the largest privately owned public transport company in Italy.

The vehicles will operate in multiple areas across Autoguidovie’s network, with deliveries beginning later this year.

IVECO BUS E-WAY electric city bus
Stefano Rossi, CEO of Autoguidovie, said:

“Our Group is pursuing the virtuous path towards zero-impact mobility. The purchase of electric buses represents the natural continuation for a company that already has one of the most modern and environmentally friendly fleets in Italy and has always promoted public transport as a driver of growth for local communities, businesses and people in the country.”

The E-WAY bus has been designed to offer smooth, silent and vibration-free city driving, while providing the required power to ensure a full day of operation.

IVECO BUS is set to produce this model alongside other low-to-zero emission at tailpipe buses in a new site soon to be inaugurated in Foggia, Italy.

Domenico Nucera, President, Bus Business Unit, Iveco Group, said:

“We are honoured by the trust that customers throughout Europe are placing in our company and our vehicles. And we are glad to be contributing to the ongoing global evolution of public transport towards a zero-emission future. This win is further confirmation that our emission-free mobility solutions can satisfy the different demands of various customers in terms of sustainability, reliability and efficiency.”

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