Dancer is the lightest bus in operation. It needs less energy and batteries than any competitor. In order to simplify things, the usual bus construction is re-engineered from scratch. Dancer’s fully composite body draws on sea-yacht design and is made with the use of recycled PET bottles. Unique in the bus world rear screen enhances visibility for fellow drivers and can be used for advertising purposes. As a modern means of public transport, Dancer features connectivity for passengers via Wi-Fi or USB, an automatic ramp for disabled riders, as well as a customizable workplace for the driver.
The Sada Bike is a hubless, foldable and portable bike with 26 inch wheels. The wheel size allows to have an ergonomic posture in the ride version like a classical bike. The structure design allow to support each wheel in 3 points: the front ones are inserted in the fender structure, while the rear ones are allocated inside the rim. The chain transmits the motion to the lower wheel that transfers torque to the rim. The folding system has a fulcrum in the center that allows to close all frame. The bike can be put into a trolley and the absence of spokes leaves the space to insert other things.
In times of high-tech all digital gadgets, flatness of touch screens and rational single-volume vehicles, the Brescia Hommage project is an old school two-seater hypercar design study envisioned as celebration to an era where elegant simplicity , high-touch materiality, raw power, pure beauty and the direct connection between man and machine were the rule of the game. A time when brave and ingenious men like Ettore Bugatti himself created mobile devices that amazed the world.
Interliner is a 13 m, service, school and short distance intercity transportation vehicle and Anadolu Isuzu’s first bus within its segment. It is one of the very first members with the new design language which is digital, black contoured face with split design headlights and dynamic signal lamps. Dramatic body, aerodynamic CNG cover, new dashboard and UX design supports this new statement. Having the widest driver stroke amongst its competitors at the same size and capacity with the ideal settlement, it offers different steering wheel and seating position options to adapt drivers comfort.
The design for this helicopter cabin is sporty and modern, inspired by the stylistic lines of high-end race cars. Styling is centered around the design of seats, integrating angular lines and a color palette ranging from beige to greys, mixed with black with blue accents. The overall design combines several technological features that aim at giving passengers a greater sense of comfort and physical interaction, as is the case with the ventilated seat bottom and backrest. The material mix combines Alcantara, leather and carbon-fiber composite, and contributes to the sporty luxury feel.
Toro is a 8.5 m medium size coach, an ideal partner for short and medium-haul journeys of service, touristic and airport transportations. It carries the new Anadolu Isuzu design language to a whole new level. From its entrance to its luggage room Toro has the most spacious layout and luggage capacity amongst its competitors which is very important for both the driver and passengers. It also offers the lowest fuel consumption within the same length. Lowered bumper and connected luggage room makes the luggage loading and unloading process far more comfortable and accessible with three side lids.