In addition to the interesting supplementary program, customers were able to view and experience the entire range of products from Mercedes-Benz’s full-line portfolio in 3700 m2 of exhibition space. There were examples of urban and rural-service buses as well as touring and travel coaches, including the new Mercedes-Benz Citaro, which is the first low-floor bus that can come with the electronic stability program ESP®. But the urban buses were not the only area where new products were presented. The drive system of the future for touring coaches was also on show. For example, the new flagship of the Mercedes-Benz product range, the Travego Edition 1, is powered by a Euro VI-compliant drive system. With a new BlueEfficiency power engine, new transmission and Euro VI classification, the new Travego Edition 1 offers a glimpse of the future of the drive system.
"Visitors were able to test drive our entire range of products for the whole duration of the MOT. The highlight was without a doubt our new Citaro," said Roman Biondi, Brand Spokesman for Mercedes-Benz Buses and Coaches EvoBus GmbH. (image: on the right)