Whether in regular long-distance service or classic coach touring: the demands on the on-board entertainment system are continually increasing. In this respect the Tourismo is something of a trendsetter. A one or two-plug 230 volt socket can optionally be fitted for each pair of seats, providing an electrical supply for passengers' appliances. But that's not all: Nowadays, many passengers want to be online all the time. This is where the new, optional, ex factory equipment with a router comes in to help. It has two slots for SIM cards as well as two USB slots. Reception can be from one or (optionally) two LTE aerials on the roof. This makes the coach a travelling WLAN hotspot.
Coupled with the services of a professional internet provider, the coach can then become a moving internet platform. Coach operators can book entertainment packages with films and music for their on-board guests and either charge for them or provide them free of charge, depending on the business model. An individual landing page for when passengers login is an option. Companies can also advertise the food and drinks available on board, or their tour programme. Furthermore, if specially agreed, companies can also show their holiday-makers the latest photos or film clips from the tour.