Management & Operations

'StreetCar RTV' introduced at APTA Expo

Posted on October 7, 2008

[IMAGE]rtv.jpg[/IMAGE] The Wright Group unveiled its new ISE-powered StreetCar RTV at the ISE Corp. booth, during the APTA Expo this week.

The RTV is the first hybrid articulated vehicle in the U.S. The Hybrid Drive System, which was developed in conjunction with ISE Corp. and Siemens Energy and Automation, is based on the Cummins ISL engine.

The StreetCar RTV uses the Wright Group's patented Aluminique structure and a new structural design that allows the use of deep window to add a more unique look.

The vehicle also provides a truly innovative, leading-edge ITS and Telematics platform, which can be integrated into the vehicle as a complete package. Developed as a modular "plug and play" concept, the ITS can be specified as a stand-alone system or in combination with other components fitted according to customer specifications.

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