Karsan, the environmentalist choice of Europe with its 100% electric vehicles, delivered its first Atak Electric buses to Belgium. Two Atak Electrics, located in the city of Ghent and delivered to the transportation giant Keolis, were commissioned for the transportation of Zuiderpoort business center employees, a large office complex in the city. Atak Electrics, which started to be used instead of diesel buses in line with Zuiderpoort's environmental sensitivities, serve intensively on weekdays for the transportation of company employees to Ghent-Saint Pierre station.
Karsan offering age appropriate mobility solutions to transportation needs in the factory located in Turkey advanced to the transport network of the European countries continue to contribute their electric vehicles. In this context, 2 Atak Electric buses were delivered to the Keolis company, which is located in Ghent, Belgium, and offers city-specific transportation solutions. With the delivery in December last year, Keolis company started to provide public transportation service for the employees of the Zuiderpoort office complex, which has an office complex on an area of 63 thousand square meters. This delivery made by the France dealer of Karsan, HCI; It is important for Atak Electric to be used for the first time in Belgium.
Contribution to the environment, comfortable transportation to employees
Crowning its environmental awareness with the green building label, Zuiderpoort has taken an important step to reduce the ecological footprint in transportation by replacing the service it previously received with diesel buses with Karsan Atak Electric. 8-meter Atak Electric buses used for the transportation of Zuiderpoort employees to Ghent - Saint Pierre station; It protects the environment with its noiseless operation with zero emission, 52 seat capacity and UFR platform, and facilitates the transportation of the company's employees with limited mobility. Atak Electric, which will serve every 15 minutes during busy hours during the week and every 30 minutes during normal hours, has been preferred in terms of zero emission, less noise pollution and positive impact on the environment as well as less traffic.
Karsan Atak Electric's electric motor produces 230 kW of motor power and 2500 Nm of torque, providing its user with a high performance driving experience. With five 44 kWh batteries developed by BMW, the 220 meter class Atak Electric with a total battery capacity of 8 kWh is ahead of its competitors with a range of 300 km, and can be charged in 5 hours with AC charging units and in 3 hours with DC units.