Van Hool NV(ABC Companies, Inc)
Van Hool builds a complete range of intefral buses and coaches, designed and produced according to a modular concept. Van Hool's industrial philosophy has been, from the outset, on a thorough standardisation blended with a well thought-out flexibility which enables the company to meet the specific needs of each particular market and client with maximum accuracy.
The GILLIG Hybrid is a variant of the Low Floor model that is powered by a clean diesel hybrid electrical propulsion system. It reduces emissions, saves on fuel and is smoother and quieter than a conventional bus, so it is environmentally and economically responsible while also being passenger and community friendly.
IC Bus L.L.C.
The IC Bus™ CE Series plug-in hybrid electric school bus is built with a hybrid system featuring a 25/80kw induction motor and dual battery packs. The plug-in hybrid utilizes software calibrated to balance battery management and diesel engine power delivering fuel economy gains of up to 65%.
Motor Coach Industries
Based on the high-capacity, best-selling D4500, MCI's 45-foot Hybrid uses the latest clean-diesel engine technolgy from Cummins along with the Allison Ep50 Electric Drive Propulsion System, delivering impressive power, lower noise levels and significantly reduced carbon emissions.
New Flyer of America
Move toward the ultimate passenger experience with New Flyer's innovative features and an attractive, eye-catching design. Avialable in 40-foot and 60-foot platforms, this advanced style can incorporate any of our wide variety of propulsion systems, including your choice of three different hybrid options.
Turtle Top Inc.
Our Turtle Top division, manufacturer of Commercial Bus Products and Specialty Buses has dedicated resources to the development of our dedicated alternative fuels vehicles. The Odyssey Hybrid developed with industry leader Azure Dynamics features a gasoline/electric hybrid power plant on the Ford-E450 chassis.Turtle Top has additional parnerships with other chassis manufacturers and their associates to complete a fleet of vehicles less dependent on convent...