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The World's Smallest Bus (10 pics)

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  • 11 Mar, 2009  |
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It makes now more than 20 years since TECNOBUS started its activity dealing only and exclusively with the design, manufacture and production of different versions of electric buses intended for urban public transport and which are never and in no case derived from any conventional type vehicle.
Throughout these years, our buses have made themselves widely appreciated and have been used as a necessary and valid alternative to the conventional thermal engine vehicles which, although latest generation type and, as such, manufactured pursuant to the prescriptions required to minimize emissions, are nonetheless much polluting and have a negative impact on the already worsened environmental conditions of our towns.
TECNOBUS has recently designed, developed and completed a complex and fruitful number of innovations specifically intended for urban public transport thus widening and diversifying its bus product line.

A total number of approximately 400 bus units have so far been manufactured which have largely contributed to an extended innovation of the urban transport sector through the research and development, in view of a wide-scale application, of the technologies making possible the production of zero-emission ecologic vehicles (electrically powered and/or even thanks to alternative and renewable energy sources).

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№1 Author: Solaman (18 Mar 2009 17:53) Total user comments: 4


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good size for small european streets
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№2 Author: tapatio (25 Sep 2009 17:42) Total user comments: 2047


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para maricas de seguro..!!!!
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№3 Author: salsapopo (13 Oct 2009 23:15) Total user comments: 12723


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№4 Author: nolife (27 Nov 2009 00:40) Total user comments: 1907


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that bus must be full all the time
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№5 Author: mahedi (22 Aug 2011 13:24) Total user comments: 10772


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№6 Author: Forfattare (12 Apr 2013 06:25) Total user comments: 897


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:07: fun size
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№7 Author: fluorescentG (15 Jul 2013 19:52) Total user comments: 3958


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№8 Author: myNameIsNotImportant (21 Mar 2015 00:40) Total user comments: 0


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For all of you not ever being to Italy - owning for example an Audi A4 is in most cities there like having an Audi A8 (and imagine that car being 10-20cm longer and wider) in a regular city. Mostly it is not the fault of streets, but overcrowded streets with cars making it very often incredibly hard to get across a town. Like if cars are given there for a discount or for free. It is like an Indian country mixed with europe genes. Literally. And don`t try to judge the country based on the look of houses. Taxes are set by the look of a house by the outside. So a lot of peoples houses look like WW2 is still going on while inside you can find golden sinks and marmor stone toilets :D and any hotel that has 5 stars is like a 3 star Europe hotel (not considering Italy is part of Europe), so if you really want a proper accommodation be prepared to pay 200EUR and more for a decent room, one night. Same comfort level and quality for 59-101 EUR anywhere in Germany (for example). But they know how to dine properly, so the food there is marvelous. Regardless what restaurant you pick.
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