The powertrain comprises the drivetrain, engine and associated components. The powertrain together with the chassis makes up the rolling chassis that sits under a bus body.
This is a directory of suppliers who manufacture powertrains or any components parts for buses and coaches. This page also features the latest product updates and supplier news.
Working with several thousand urban & intercity transport networks throughout the world, CBM is the sector leader in replacement parts for buses & coaches.
SERMEC is your strategic partner for Powertrain, Driveline & Chassis Technology, with remanufactured products proven on the track.
Voith has equipped more than 300,000 city buses with automatic transmissions - helping people travel more efficiently and more comfortably.
Siemens is a leading provider of innovative systems, solutions and products for all kinds of medium and heavy duty electric commercial vehicles.
ZF is a global technology systems supplier covering Vehicle Motion Control, Integrated Safety, Automated Driving, and Electric Mobility.
We engineer, manufacture, and distribute power-conveyance and energy-management and drivetrain solutions for the vehicles of today and tomorrow.
Santa Clara Valley VTA has signed an agreement to procure a fleet of GILLIG buses equipped with Allison eGen Flex electric hybrid propulsion.
Wrightbus will supply hydrogen fuel cell powertrain technology for two zero-emission Volgren hydrogen buses.
Lightning eMotors has signed a new exclusive partnership with Soderholm Bus & Mobility to provide powertrains for commercial bus customers.
Voith and Wrightbus have entered an exclusive partnership for the supply of electrical drive systems for second generation fuel cell buses.
Scania’s new bus generation saves fuel in several ways, as the weight of both chassis and body are significantly lower than before.
ZF already achieves efficiency increases using our expertise in intelligent lightweight construction, smart electronic functions and electrification.
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.