First Domestic Electric Bus E-Karat Takes a Test Drive in Istanbul: Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Kadir, Turkey's first electric bus with hundred percent native wanted to test the E-Carat's Metrobus line.
Turkish firm that designs and manufactures rail systems and public transportation vehicles on three continents BozankayaShowed the transistor 100 percent of Turkey's first domestic electric bus in Istanbul. Domestic electric buses serving in Konya and Eskişehir since March will be on the roads in İzmir starting from February 2017. Transnex brought to Istanbul for the 24 meter electric bus examining the metropolitan Mayor Dr.. Kadir Topbas, the vehicle wanted to be tested on the metrobus line.
Stating that the company was laid in Germany in 1989, it started to produce electric buses targeting the European market. Bozankaya Aytunç Chairman Gunay, "When we first introduced our electric buses made at the IAA Fair in Hanover xnumx't We received a request from Turkey. Konya Metropolitan Municipality and Eskişehir Tepebaşı Municipality became the first suitors of our vehicles. Today, we export 2014 of our electric bus production to abroad. In our electric buses called E-Karat, we have 70 – 10 – 12 – 18 meter alternatives. We provide 24 year warranty for battery systems, which is the most important part of our buses. For example, the 5-meter E-Karat has a range of about 24 kilometers and about 400-25 pounds per kilometer. This amount means that 30 travels about 15 percent cheaper than electric alternatives, ”he said.
It sets out in Izmir
Murat in Germany in the basics 1989 Bozankaya thrown BozankayaWas established in Ankara in 2003. At the company's R & D center, where 850 employees work, 100 engineers develop projects for electric buses, trams and light rail systems. Bozankaya100 domestic electric buses produced by Konya Metropolitan Municipality and Eskişehir Tepebaşı Municipality were purchased and put into service. Winner of the tender of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality BozankayaWill make its first delivery to Izmir in February of 2017. Electric buses will start to serve in Izmir.