The domestic manufacturer Karsan, which offers transportation solutions suitable for the mobility needs of the era in its factory in Bursa, won the electric bus tender held in Weilheim, Germany. Karsan, which made the most suitable bid for the tender held for the purpose of making the public transportation of the city with more modern, more environmentally friendly and user-friendly vehicles, signed the contract through its German dealer Quantron AG. Karsan, which meets the vehicle specifications in the tender criteria in the best way and offers the best offer, will deliver 5 XNUMX% electric Atak Electric buses to Weilheim Municipality in the last quarter of the year.
Offering modern transportation solutions to cities with its public transportation systems, Karsan continues to expand its electric vehicle fleet in Europe. Karsan, for its nearly 30 electric vehicles serving in 200 European cities, was the winner of the electric bus tender opened in the past months for a more environmentally friendly and sustainable public transportation in Weilheim, Germany. Karsan, the company that submitted the best bid in the tender it took place through its German dealer Quantron AG; For the electric vehicles to be used in the city, it also met the tender standards requested for storage and charging, with a daily range requirement of at least 250 km per bus. Karsan will deliver 2022 5% electric Atak Electric buses to the city in the last quarter of the year, following the tender, which was held within the scope of the Weilheim Municipality's "XNUMX City Bus Concept" works, within the scope of the city's diesel transportation vehicles to be replaced with environmentally friendly and electric ones.
Atak Electric offers a range of 300 km
Having a dynamic design line with its completely renewed front and back, Atak Electric attracts attention with its LED daytime running lights at first glance. The electric motor operating in Atak Electric with a power of 230 kW produces 2.400 Nm of torque, providing a high performance driving experience to its user. With five 44 kWh batteries developed by BMW, the 220 m class Atak Electric, which has a total capacity of 8 kWh, surpasses its competitors with a range of 300 km, can be charged in 5 hours with alternating current charging units and in 3 hours with fast charging units. Moreover, thanks to the regenerative braking system that provides energy recovery, the batteries can charge themselves up to 25 percent. The model, which offers a passenger capacity of 52 people, has two different seat placement options, 18 + 4 and 21 + 4 folding.