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MAN Engines is your partner for efficient diesel and gas engines in the 37 kW to 1, kW 50 hp to 2, hp performance range, as well as for axles and transfer cases.

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More than buses pull up at around bus stops every day in Cologne, covering a network of almost kilometres.

And we have been pursuing a clear strategy of reducing emissions as far as possible. That is why e-mobility is for us the future.

A great deal of thought was necessary to fully integrate the production. After all, on the electric bus, around 30 to 40 per cent of the body shell alone is different to that of its conventional counterpart.

Then there is the electric driveline, the batteries and other high-voltage components. That is why before starting production in Starachowice, new systems had to be purchased or existing ones upgraded, processes had to be re-engineered and around 3, employees had to go through extensive training. The first electric articulated buses to roll off the production line in Starachowice will be going to Nuremberg.

In addition, it is also the very first order for our fully-electric articulated bus. Delivery is scheduled for May To date, the company has had more than buses with CNG and diesel-powered buses in operation.

Around 95 percent of them are from MAN. Two electric central motors on the second and third axles give the bus the power it needs for city traffic. The second driven and electronically synchronised axles have a positive effect on the handling of the articulated bus — especially in relation to driving stability and as a result also on safety.

Moreover, the two driven axles increase the maximum energy recovered under braking. After all, it should be possible to integrate the city buses into existing processes and timetables without too much effort.

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