Proterra Catalyst E2

Burlingame, Calif.
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  • Delivers exceptional route flexibility and proven operational performance.
  • Highest efficiency vehicle in its class for longest range on a single charge.
  • Low operational costs due to minimal required maintenance.
  • Designed to safely and quietly endure nearly two decades of on-road service.
  • Thirty percent fewer parts than a traditional transit bus.

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Specifications

Battery Capacity 440kW
Brakes Front & rear air disk brakes
Chassis Carbon-fiber-reinforced composite body
Engine Permanent Magnet Traction Motor
Exterior Height 11 ft. 2 in.
Fuel Options Electric
Fuel Capacity 440kW
GVWR 39,050 lbs.
Headroom Front axle 90 in.; Rear axle 74 in.
Length 40 ft.
Passenger Capacity 77
Seating Capacity 40
Transmission 2-speed Gearbox
Wheelbase 296 in.

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