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10.07.2011 von admin

Pioneer of alternative drive systems

Apart from diesel-engined models, the range also includes the Citaro CNG with natural-gas drive. Between 2003 and 2010, 36 Citaro fuel-cell-powered buses run by twelve transport operators in countries as far apart as Iceland and Australia, covering three different continents, clocked up over two million kilometres of rigorous daily operation: it was the Citaro which first demonstrated the viability and everyday practicality of a genuine local public transport operation with zero CO2 emissions. Since 2010, the range of cutting-edge alternative drive versions has been extended by the Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid with diesel-electric hybrid drive, as well as an initial small-scale series of the rigid Citaro fuel-cell hybrid bus.

Der Mercedes-Benz Citaro CNG – 2003

The twelve-meter-long Mercedes-Benz Citaro with fuel cell drive has a capacity of up to 70 passengers. The fuel cell unit with more than 200 kilowatts power output is placed on the roof of the buses. Three doors with no initial stages, the continuous low-floor area to the rear and provide quiet operation for a pleasant and comfortable transportation of passengers.

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