With the Busworld Europe 2023 exhibition just around the corner (scheduled from October 7 to 12), Otokar is gearing up to present its latest lineup of vehicles.
Otokar’s indoor booth will feature five vehicles, two of which will make their world premieres.
The e-Territo, a 13-meter electric coach falling under Class 2, will be on display, showcasing the company’s strides in electric mobility for intercity travel.
Also making its debut is the Kent hydrogen, a 12-meter city bus powered entirely by hydrogen fuel cells.
The e-Centro gets a driverless version
Inside the exhibition hall, attendees will have the chance to explore the e-Centro, a compact 6.6-meter electric minibus.
The Ulyso T, a 10-meter diesel tourism midicoach, will be also showcased, blending traditional design with modern comforts. The Navigo U, an 8.4-meter Class 2 midicoach, will be presented with a new dashboard design.
In the outdoor dynamic presentations, the company will unveil an autonomous version of the e-Centro, aligning with the growing interest in self-driving technology for public transportation.
Additionally, the Territo U, an electric vehicle, will be showcased in action.
More about Otokar
Otokar once again renewed its leadership in the bus industry in 2022.
Commercial Vehicles Deputy General Manager Kerem Erman stated that Otokar, which continues to invest in the future, achieved significant success despite the uncertainties and economic fluctuations experienced in 2022 and continues to expand and strengthen its effective dealer network throughout Turkey. 1 out of every 3 buses sold carried the brand.
Others success achieved in 2022 were awards won by the brand.
The Territo coach was won the “Excellent Product Design” award in passenger transport vehicles at the “German Design Awards”, one of the most prestigious awards in Europe.
In addition, Otokar became the winner of the “Mobility” category at the BIG SEE Awards with its two different models of city buses.
Sharing informations about Otokar’s export activities, Kerem Erman said, “The number of vehicles with the Otokar logo in world metropolises continued to increase in 2022.
Otokar also increased its bus exports by 125 percent on a unit basis compared to the previous year, and exported nearly 1,300 buses in 2022, primarily to the European market.