SAFRA, a major player in the decarbonization of passenger transport and a pioneer of hydrogen mobility in France, will unveil generation 2 of its hydrogen bus: HYCITY® .
SAFRA chose to exhibit this new vehicle for the first time at Busworld, Europe’s leading passenger transport event.
It will then be exhibited at the Rencontres Nationales du Transport Public (RNTP), the national event taking place this year in Clermont-Ferrand from October 17 to 19.
HYCITY® , the latest generation of hydrogen-powered buses manufactured by SAFRA, will be unveiled for the first time at the Busworld trade show, to be held in Brussels from October 7 to 12. This will be an opportunity to present this brand-new model, which replaces its predecessor, the Businova® , to all those involved in passenger transport.
Benefiting from unprecedented feedback for the only manufacturer of a 100% French hydrogen vehicle, using the latest technologies and with a sleek design, offered in 2 and 3-door versions with low and full flat floors, this bus completes the catalog of solutions around decarbonized mobility offered by the company, including the H2-PACK® hydrogen retrofit kit, which enables diesel coaches to be converted into zero-emission vehicles.
SAFRA will also be showcasing its solutions and services linked to the decarbonization of transport, such as its fleet management tool, Vhysion®, its full maintenance services, and its expertise in extending life of passenger transport vehicles.
The SAFRA booth number 955 in Hall 9, will focus on sustainable mobility, welcoming HYCITY® for its first exhibition.
“We can’t wait to show the public transport community our new vehicle. This show is a great opportunity to highlight the company’s strategy, which has always focused on low-carbon mobility, through this flagship product. We’re very proud to be able to present it at Busworld 2023, surrounded by bus manufacturers from all over the world” declared Stéphane Prin, CEO of SAFRA.
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