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The productivity and service life of the batteries have a direct impact on the electric bus’s performance and cost. Electric bus manufacturers are hampered by the high cost of developing electric buses and coaches, as well as related components such as batteries and monitoring systems (battery management systems, CAN bus modules).
Infrastructure development costs for EVs are also very significant. Globally, around USD 2.8 trillion is required to create infrastructure. An electric vehicle’s battery requires regular and rapid charging, which can only be done at EV charging stations using special equipment such as electric chargers.
Electric bus producers would have to adapt production volumes across countries depending on the COVID-19 scenario. During the COVID-19 outbreak, component manufacturing was also halted due to a lack of cash among minor Tier II and Tier III manufacturers.
As a result, manufacturing halting during the epidemic and decreasing demand following the pandemic might have a massive impact on electric bus companies.
Furthermore, the second wave is likely to have an impact on vehicle sales, which would, in turn, have an impact on the growth of the electric bus industry.
MAN has been one of the most advanced solution provider in the used car requirements. The operational versatility of the MAN Lion’s City E. The choice between two different battery usage strategies is the deciding factor here: The “Reliable Range” method is provided for a continuously reliable range of 270 km1.
With the “Maximum Range” battery usage plan, the MAN Lion’s City E can travel up to 350 kilometres. An attractive cabin, an ergonomic driver’s workspace, and a stable and peaceful ride assist the driver and passengers.
VDL has been one of the most advanced solution provider in the used car requirements. The Citea Low Entry Electric is a city and regional transportation vehicle.
It prioritises passenger experience by offering a spacious cabin with luxury seats and a large seating capacity. More zero-emission deployment options, such as suburban and regional public transportation, are conceivable with the Citea Low Entry Electric. The Citea LLE Electric comes with a battery pack that has a big action radius.
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