Quantron Hosts the Online Premiere of Its All-Electric 12m City Bus

  • Premiere: The 12 m BEV bus will be presented online on February 16th from 10 am (CET).
  • Access to the online event: event.quantron.net or via www.quantron.net
  • The Quantron bus uses proven and safe technology
  • Cost-efficient zero-emission alternative: The price will be below the market price for comparable BEV buses

E-mobility specialist Quantron AG is launching its own all-electric city bus. The vehicle will be showcased worldwide as part of an online presentation. Bus operators, bus fans and the general public will be able to follow the event on February 16 at 10 am (CET) at event.quantron.net live.

quantron electric city bus
The 12 m BEV bus will be presented online on February 16th.

The zero-emission city bus is initially available as a BEV version with a price that is below the current price level for comparable BEV buses. In this way, Quantron AG seeks to enable environmentally friendly passenger transport and offer a cost-effective alternative to conventional diesel buses. The FCEV version of the 12 m vehicle with fuel cells from Ballard Power Systems is already under development.

The 12 m bus relies on proven and safe technology and LiFePo4 batteries from the world’s leading manufacturer CATL. The charging power is up to 150 kW with a battery capacity of up to 422 kWh. With a range range of up to 360 km according to E-SORT 2, the bus meets the requirements to cover daily city operation with an overnight charging time of 3 to 5 hours. Various equipment options will be available to suit individual customer requirements.

This article was originally published by Quantron AG.


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