REV Bus Group to launch new Krystal, Federal models at LCT 2017

Posted on March 10, 2017

The REV Bus Group is revved up for another edition of the International LCT Show in Las Vegas March 13 to 15, where it will showcase new models of its luxury brands — Krystal and Federal.

The Krystal KLX40 will have its first limo-style luxury bus on the reliable Freightliner S2C chassis debuting at the show in Las Vegas. This model will spotlight some of Krystal’s most famous features, such as the full view plug entrance door, the full view front observation window, and glass escape hatch. However, the new bus also brings enhanced features such as limo style seating, executive tables, bar, and enhanced sound system.

“We are proud to bring the KLX40 to LCT,” said Larry Mabery, Federal Coach and Krystal brand manager. “The new features are a direct response to the market’s needs. I’m excited to present it in Las Vegas and am sure our customers will love it.”

The Federal brand is also launching a new model during the show. The Spirit CS (Corporate Shuttle) on the Ford E350 chassis will feature dual rear wheels for stability and a 108-inch height that will allow the vehicle more accessibility into tighter areas that limits a larger vehicle. The bus also has a narrower body, which offers the flexibility of 2+1 seating for maximum comfort or 2+2 seating to maximize passenger capacity.

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