BYD All-Electric 43 ft. Double-Decker Coach

Los Angeles, Calif.
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  • Transport up to 77 people in quiet, zero-emission comfort, with a restroom and plenty of space for luggage storage.
  • Proprietary Iron Phosphate Batteries are safe and stable and provide an impressive range and quick charge time.
  • In-wheel hub motors create instant torque, and with 90% fewer moving parts than a diesel engine, maintenance costs are extremely low.

Exhibiting at BusCon, Booth #501.

www.byd.com

Specifications

Battery Capacity 496 kwh
Brakes Front and rear disc-brakes, ABS, ESP
Engine AC Permanent magnetic synchronous motor (Brushless)
Exterior Height 160.2 in.
Exterior Width 102 in.
Fuel Options Electric
GVWR 59,100 lbs.
Length 45 ft.
Passenger Capacity Up to 77+1
Suspension Air suspension with mechanical leveling valves
Wheelbase 283.3/53.1 in.
Battery Pack BYD Iron-Phosphate Battery
Charge Time 2.5 hours

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