MAN Truck & Bus Showcases the all-new MAN Lion’s Coach at UITP MENA Transport Congress Exhibition 2018

MAN Truck & Bus Showcases the all-new MAN Lion’s Coach at UITP MENA Transport Congress Exhibition 2018
25 April 2018 -
  • MAN Truck & Bus Showcases the all-new MAN Lion’s Coach at UITP MENA Transport Congress Exhibition 2018
    MAN Truck & Bus Showcases the all-new MAN Lion’s Coach at UITP MENA Transport Congress Exhibition 2018 MAN Truck & Bus Showcases the all-new MAN Lion’s Coach at UITP MENA Transport Congress Exhibition 2018

Marking its strong presence at the UITP MENA Transport Congress & Exhibit 2018, MAN Vehicle & Bus Middle East, along with its partner in the UAE, United Motors & Heavy Equipment CO. (L.L.C), is showcasing the company's brand new MAN Lion's Coach at one of the most went to public transportation occasion in the Middle East and North Africa region, which is happening in Dubai from 23rd to 25th April, 2018.

The company has announced that the most up to date enhancement to the outstanding line-up of luxury, long-distance instructors, the MALE Lion's Train, which premiered at Busworld 2017 in Belgium, has currently started sales across the Middle East.

With its distinctive safety and security, convenience and performance-driven attributes, the highly effective, secure, financial and innovative trainer has currently obtained the tourist attraction of site visitors to MAN Truck & Bus Middle East's stand at the exhibit, which brings together industry leaders, policymakers, legislators, developers, specialists, drivers and makes under one roofing to go over future options of public transportation means.

" We are pleased in to take part in the UITP MENA Transport Congress & Exhibit 2018 and honoured to showcase our all-new GUY Lion's Coach on a platform that discovers future solutions of public transportation. With its fast-growing economies and ongoing public transportation projects worth greater than $100 billion, the Middle East and North Africa region provides an outstanding opportunity for business vehicle produces, and, for that reason, we attach wonderful significance to this celebration of significant gamers in the industry. MALE Truck & Bus Middle East remains dedicated to changing the region's mass transit landscape by providing innovative mobility remedies," said Franz von Redwitz, Managing Director GUY Truck & Bus Middle East.

On his part, Khalifa Darwish, Managing Director, United Motors & Heavy Devices CO. (L.L.C) stated: "It is motivating to recognize that our engagement at the UITP MENA Transport Congress & Event 2018 has actually currently been generating favorable action from our customers in the UAE. The brand new MAN Lion's Train is a significant turning point in our initiatives to transform transport services in the nation by using reliable, cost-effective and high-quality buses to governments and firms. We are confident that the new Lion's Coach will certainly improve our partnership with GUY Vehicle & Bus Middle East and additional reinforce our market standing."

With its modern yet ageless design, the MAN Lion's Train marks the start of the new MAN bus design language at the front, back and sides, and sets a new benchmark in luxury, beauty and performance. Additional boosting its charm, the brand new trainer features LED primary headlights and taillights with strip-form brand-specific daytime running light which likewise works as a turn indicator.

With its ability to take in 50% more impact energy in the event of a collision, the MAN Lion's Train has reinforced the prominent German commercial vehicles maker's dedication to security. The brand new MAN Lion's instructor also showcases an array helpful systems such as Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and Lane Guard System (LGS) accident prevention technology.

To give improved comfort and safety, the GUY Lion's Coach is more geared up with new generation shock absorbers and optimized vehicle setup. Along with providing higher driving comfort and boosted handling, the new features also add to further rise in gas efficiency along with a 20% improvement in the rules of aerodynamics.