Engines can vary in type depending on the propulsion system used. A diesel bus for example will have an internal combustion engine, while electric buses have electric motors powered by electricity from batteries. Likewise in fuel-cell vehicles, where the electricity from the fuel cells powers an electric motor.
This page lists suppliers who manufacture engines, motors and components for buses and coaches. You will find additional resources, such as the latest news and product updates on this page as well.
Working with several thousand urban & intercity transport networks throughout the world, CBM is the sector leader in replacement parts for buses & coaches.
TfL celebrates the launch of its 1,000th zero-emission bus – a StreetDeck Electroliner equipped with the Voith Electrical Drive System.
KEYOU and Voith recently set up a first prototype for a hydrogen-driven city bus, which will be presented during IAA Transportation 2022.
At IAA 2022, ZF will showcase its latest technologies supporting the commercial vehicle industry’s transformation towards a more sustainable future.
Omnitek Engineering Corp. has received EURO VI Phase-E certification for its OT13 heavy-duty natural gas engine.
A world without accidents and emissions - that means electric drives for all applications that also benefit economically from all-electric vehicles.
Voith's air compressors are characterized by higher energy efficiency, low emissions operation, reduced mass and extended maintenance intervals.
DIWA.3E is the epitome of economical bus transmissions: up to 50 % fewer gearshifts means less wear and higher driving comfort.
The proven DIWA power-split principle allows smooth acceleration across a speed range where other transmissions need to shift gears two to three times.