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Holland Oto 1:87 VDL Citea SLFA-181 Electric Transit Bus

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Holland Oto 1:87 VDL Citea SLFA-181 Electric Transit Bus

Holland Oto 1:87 VDL Citea SLFA-181 Electric Transit Bus
MSRP: $59.95
(You save $10.00 )

This is an ABS plastic model bus

The VDL Citea is a city bus built by VDL Bus & Coach. It was released at the UITP Mobility and City Transport Exhibition 2007 in Helsinki. The series received a facelift in 2010.

The Citea is sold in three different variants, as low entry bus (CLE, Citea Low Entry), as a light-weight low-entry bus (LLE, Light Low Entry), and as a low-floor bus with tower engine (CLF, Citea Low Floor). A double-deck variant (DLF, Double Deck Low Floor) exists as a prototype and is in trial with Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) since August 2015.

The Citea SLF Electric is a 12-meter-long, all-electric low-floor bus. The buyer can choose from various electric drives and battery packs.

The Citea SLFA 181 Electric is an 18.1-meter-long, all-electric articulated bus. It was first presented to the public in May 2015 as part of the World Congress of UITP in Milan. In order to recharge the 1380 kg lithium ion battery with an energy content of 122.6 kWh in operation, the Citea SLFA Electric has a pantograph fast charging system. The pantograph is installed on the roof of the front car above the second axle. At the final stops they can be recharged with up to 250 kW charging power. The bus has 43 seats and 82 standing places. The Citea SLFA Electric is used since 2016, inter alia, on the E-bus line 133 of the Cologne transport operations (8 vehicles).

At Hermes in Eindhoven, since December 2016, a total of 43 Citea SLFA-181 Electric articulated buses have been used under the brand name "Bravo". this is one of the largest electric bus fleets in Europe. Schiphol Busnet also uses these buses, as well as R-Net lines between Schiphol and Amsterdam/Haarlem.

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