Van Hool launches new electric bus range

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Van Hool is set to launch its new range of zero-emission vehicles at the European Mobility Expo, an international trade fair for public transport, in Paris on 7-9 June. The Belgian manufacturer will be introducing its new A series range of zero-emission buses which will feature exclusively zero-emission powertrains. Battery-electric, hydrogen fuel cell and trolleybus versions are planned, the manufacturer said.

The A series will be available in 4 different lengths (12m, 13m, 18m and 24m), with two to five doors. Van Hool says it already has 162 A series buses on order, across a total of 13 separate orders. At the Paris show, Van Hool will display an A12 battery-electric version.

The new range from Van Hool will be exclusively zero-emission. VAN HOOL