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    • Daimler Buses at a Glance.Edition IAA 2012.
    • Contents. At Daimler Buses, we realized early on that 2012 would be a difficult year for the bus business. The debt crisis and empty coffers have therefore not found us unprepared. We are systematically implemen- ting a growth and efficiency program called GLOBE2013 in order to make ourselves even more impervious to changes in the economicDaimler at a Glance 2 climate and to safeguard our position as the Number One company in the bus business over the long term.Management team of Daimler Buses 4 In spite of all the challenges we face, we are maintaining the rapidKey figures of Daimler Buses 6 pace of recent years when it comes to our development of new products. After all, companies that save on investments will have lessBrand variety of Daimler Buses 8 to offer in competitive markets as time goes by. At the same time, we need to strengthen our technological leadership and make sure weShaping Future Transportation: CleanDrive Technologies 12 continue to grow in our traditional markets as well as in new ones.Shaping Future Transportation: SafeDrive Technologies 14 The result of this policy is the series of new products that we are successively launching on the market. In Europe we’ve got the newHighlights 2012 16 Mercedes-Benz Citaro, a product of outstanding quality that is set- ting the standards in terms of economy, safety, comfort, and design.Main sites of Daimler Buses 18 This vehicle is already available with drive systems that comply with the Euro VI emissions standard, which will not be mandatoryProduct range of Daimler Buses 24 until 2014. We’ve also got the Mercedes-Benz Travego Edition 1, the first travel coach that fulfills the Euro VI standard. Finally, theMedia contacts of Daimler Buses 34 new Setra ComfortClass is living up to its name in the premium travel coach segment. And in Mexico and the rest of Latin America we areDaimler Brand Portfolio 36 also forging ahead with our new product developments. Through our products we are making a contribution to safe, effective, comfortable, and environmentally friendly public transportation and enhancing people’s quality of life. We are also making a contribution by systematically developing and shaping sustainable solutions for local public transportation — an area in which demand is expected to double worldwide by 2025. We aim to share in this growth. Sincerely yours, Hartmut Schick Head of Daimler Buses & CEO EvoBus GmbH| September 2012 |1
    • Daimler at a GlanceDaimler at a Glance. Amounts in millions of EUR 2011 2010 EBIT 8,755 7,274 Value Added 3,726 2,773 Net profit 6,029 4,674 Earnings per share (in EUR) 5.32 4.28 Investment in property, plant and equipment 4,158 3,653Daimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. Research and development expenditure 5,634 4,849With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-BenzVans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Groupis one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest Amounts in millions of EURmanufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler 2011 2010Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insur-ance and innovative mobility services. Revenue 106,540 97,761 Western Europe 39,387 38,478The company’s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history thereof Germany 19,753 19,281with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer NAFTA 26,026 23,582of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of thereof United States 22,222 20,216mobility today: The Group’s focus is on innovative and green tech- Asia 22,643 19,659nologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to thereof China 11,093 9,094and fascinate its customers. For many years now, Daimler has been Other markets 18,484 16,042investing continually in the development of alternative drive systemswith the goal of making emission-free driving possible in the long By divisionsterm. So in addition to vehicles with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the Mercedes-Benz Cars 57,410 53,426broadest range of locally emission-free electric vehicles powered by Daimler Trucks 28,751 24,024batteries and fuel cells. This is just one example of how Daimler Mercedes-Benz Vans 9,179 7,812willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its responsibility towards Daimler Buses 4,418 4,558society and the environment. Daimler Financial Services 12,080 12,788Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries of theworld and has production facilities on five continents. Its current brand Employees (Dec. 31)portfolio includes, in addition to the world’s most valuable premium 2011 2010automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Maybach, Freight-liner, Western Star, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. Total 271,370 260,100The company is listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart Germany 167,684 164,026(stock exchange symbol DAI). In 2011, the Group sold 2.1 million United States 20,702 18,295vehicles and employed a workforce of more than 271,000 people; Rest of World 82,984 77,779revenue totaled €106.5 billion and EBIT amounted to €8.8 billion. By divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars 99,091 96,281 Daimler Trucks 77,295 71,706 Mercedes-Benz Vans 14,889 14,557 Daimler Buses 17,495 17,134 Sales Organization 49,699 48,299 Daimler Financial Services 7,065 6,7422| |3
    • Management team ofManagement team of Daimler Buses. Daimler BusesDaimler Buses Board (worldwide responsibility)Hartmut Schick Richard Averbeck Wolfgang Hänle Steffen Hoffmann Thomas Schulz Till OberwörderHead of Daimler Buses & Head of Product Head of Production Head of Finance & Head of Human Head of Marketing,CEO EvoBus GmbH Engineering Controlling Resources & Sales & After Sales OrganizationRegional responsibilityWolf-Dieter Kurz Harald Hauke Ricardo José Da Silva Markus VillingerHead of Head of Daimler Head of Daimler Head of DaimlerMercedes-Benz Türk Buses Mexico Buses Latin America Buses India4| |5
    • Key figures of Daimler Buses. Daimler Buses key figures Amounts in millions of EUR 2011 2010 2009 Employees by region 2011 2010 2009 EBIT 162 215 183 Total 17,495 17,134 17,188 Revenue 4,418 4,558 4,238 Investment in property, plant and equipment 103 95 78 Europe 14,798 14,566 14,437 Research and development expenditure 225 223 212 of which Germany 8,320 8,338 8,420 Sales (units) 39,741 39,118 32,482 of which Turkey 3,888 3,623 3,415 North America 1,386 1,346 1,687 of which USA and Canada 1,024 999 1,302 of which Mexico 362 347 385 Latin America 1,311 1,222 1,064 Sales in units Sales in units Sales buses and coaches > 3.5 tons GVW Market volumes and market shares > 8 tons GVW by region by region 2011 2010 2009 2011 2010 2009 Total 39,741 39,120 32,480 Europe 37,740 33,440 36,160 Europe (incl. Turkey) 7,526 8,430 8,510 Market share 21 % 25 % 25 % Western Europe 5,943 7,170 7,220 Western Europe 23,840 23,710 26,020 of which Germany 2,214 2,640 2,830 Market share 27 % 29 % 30 % Eastern Europe (incl. Turkey) 1,583 1,260 1,290 of which Germany 4,380 4,450 4,770 of which Turkey 1,147 740 600 Market share 50 % 56 % 60 % North America 567 820 1,160 Eastern Europe (excl. Turkey) 11,640 8,200 8,520 Mexico 3,475 3,060 2,740 Market share 4% 9% 9% Latin America 25,048 23,210 16,290 Turkey 2,260 1,520 1,620 Asia 1,667 1,460 1,980 Market share 51 % 49 % 37 % Africa 1,262 1,810 1,450 Australia/South Pacific 196 330 360 USA and Canada 7,640 8,090 8,940 Market share 7% 10 % 13 % Sales minibuses Total 988 1,020 970 Mexico 7,070 5,700 5,280 Market share 49 % 54 % 52 % Latin America 53,310 46,800 37,220 Market share 41 % 49 % 44 %6| |7
    • Brand varietyof Daimler Buses. Brand variety |9
    • Brand variety » Mercedes-Benz » OMNIplus Mercedes-Benz stands for trust and safety, and as a technology OMNIplus is the service brand for Mercedes-Benz and Setra buses. leader with full-line expertise, the brand offers a complete range of It stands for excellent, comprehensive service that is tailored specifically bus products that encompasses city and intercity buses as well as to the needs of bus customers all over the world. travel coaches, minibuses, and chassis. All of the brand’s vehicles embody its premium quality, great economy, and the highest safety In line with the premium status of the products it serves, OMNIplus standards. is also positioned in the premium segment. The brand is backed by specialists with a passion for buses, as well as by customer-focused Mercedes-Benz buses also come with a comprehensive OMNIplus products and services that are provided via the most expensive service package that is tailored specifically to the needs of bus service network that is specific for buses in Europe. customers. With over 600 service support centers classified by BusWorld, A global sales structure ensures that all Mercedes-Benz bus cus- BusPort, and BusPoint, our brands’ customers are assured of com- tomers receive reliable service that focuses on results. The interplay petent care and support that allows them to focus solely on their of all these offerings is what makes Mercedes-Benz such a highly core business, which is to transport people safely from one place valued brand. to another. » Setra Setra stands for partnership and passion. As a leading provider of premium buses, Setra meets the highest demands in terms of comfort, customization, and quality. Setra sets the tone for design, equipment, and technology. Thanks to its great flexibility, Setra is able to offer tailor-made pro- ducts that represent a true store of value and deliver solutions for all customer requirements. The highest safety standards, outstanding economy, and a comprehensive OMNIplus service package that is tailored to the needs of bus customers – of course, all of these are a matter at Setra. The Setra brand also has in-depth knowledge of its customers and provides dedicated customer service with a personal touch.10 | | 11
    • Hybrid technology plays a key role in these vehicles, as it reducesCleanDrive.Shaping Future Transportation. CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. diesel consumption by up to one third, depending on the application. A Daimler Initiative. The hybrid portfolio of Daimler Trucks and Daimler Buses is unmatched anywhere in the world, ranging from Fuso and Freightliner brand vehicles to hybrid commercial vehicles bearing the Mercedes star. Further expansion of activities Up to now, Daimler Buses delivered a total of 67 Mercedes-Benz Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid articulated buses, which are used in regular Shaping Future Transportation service operations in places like Hamburg, Krefeld, Mülheim/Ruhr, Daimler Trucks and Daimler Buses are forging ahead with measures Stuttgart, Rotterdam, and Milan. The Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid is the for significantly reducing the fuel consumption and CO2 and pollutant only hybrid bus to date that can cover extended stretches while run- emissions of their vehicles. The world’s leading commercial vehicle ning solely on electricity, without using the diesel engine. manufacturer is consolidating these activities in its worldwide “Shaping Future Transportation” initiative. The initiative actively incorporates The extremely economical Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL-Hybrid Shaping Future Transportation the brands Mercedes-Benz, Setra, Freightliner, Fuso, and Thomas generates zero local emissions, putting it at the forefront of sus- Built Buses. tainable mobility. Hamburger Hochbahn AG (HH) has acquired four Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL-Hybrids for Germany’s NaBuZ demo Daimler’s development path extends from clean conventional fuels, project (German abbreviation for “Sustainable Bus System of the such as gasoline and diesel, to natural gas and hybrid drives to Future — Demonstration”). In May this year another five vehicles were hydrogen for vehicles with fuel cell drives. More than 770,000 Daimler delivered to the PostAuto Schweiz AG and are being constituted in commercial vehicles with SCR technology are currently on the road the public transport of the Swiss canton Aargau. Compared to the around the world. At the Busworld 2011 vehicle show in Kortrijk, fuel cell buses that were tested in Hamburg beginning in 2003, the Belgium, Daimler presented the world’s first travel coach to comply new Citaro FuelCELL-Hybrid has many new features: a hybrid system with the Euro VI emissions standard: the Mercedes-Benz Travego with energy recovery and storage in lithium-ion batteries, high- Edition 1 – and in July this year the first Mercedes-Benz Citaro with performance electric motors with 120 kW of constant power output Euro VI emissions was delivered to customers and the first Setra in the wheel hubs, electric ancillary components, and enhanced fuel Coach CC 500 with Euro VI was presented. The Euro VI standard will cells. become obligatory in early 2014. These features are meant to increase service life to at least six years Daimler is the global leader for “green” commercial vehicles: By or 12,000 hours of operation. Thanks to improved fuel cell components the middle of this year, the company had already delivered around and hybridization with lithium-ion batteries, the new Citaro FuelCELL- 22,000 vehicles that use alternative drive concepts to customers. Hybrid uses almost 50 percent less hydrogen than the predecessor generation. In September 2011, the innovative Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system received the University of Duisburg-Essen’s ÖkoGlobe award in the New Mobility Concepts category. With BRT, buses operate in sepa- rate dedicated lanes, ensuring fast and efficient transport of large numbers of passengers. In this way, BRT can inexpensively make optimum use of the available road network while substantially reduc- ing the emissions produced per passenger and kilometer.12 | | 13
    • Along with other active assistance systems such as the ElectronicSafeDrive.Shaping Future Transportation. Stability Program (ESP), the Lane Assistant (SPA), the Continuous Braking Limiter (DBL), Brake Assist (BA), and the ART proximity cruise control system, “Active Brake Assist” underscores Daimler’s technology leadership in the field of active safety. A coach-industry first is the innovative use of Attention Assist (ATAS) which is coming into action in the Setra ComfortClass 500 this year. Based on specific criteria, such as steering movements and braking activity, activation of the direction indicator, vehicle speed and time Pioneer in active and passive safety of day, the system continually retrieves information about the driver‘s For more than 50 years, developments from Daimler have been leading condition. Attention Assist infers the driver‘s ability to react as well as the way in the field of vehicle safety. These developments can be the level of fatigue based on the correlation between the information divided into active and passive safety elements. gleaned and the adapted driver profile. If a defined model value is exceeded, an electronic signal causes the driver‘s seat to vibrate – One example of an active safety system is the multiple award-winning unbeknown to the passengers. Shaping Future Transportation Active Brake Assist (ABA), whose introduction in 2006 expanded the range of highly efficient assistance systems for active accident Daimler also sets the pace when it comes to passive safety. In 2007, prevention. The system goes into action whenever there is imminent for example, the company achieved a milestone in passive safety danger of a collision with a slower-moving vehicle ahead and the for buses with the introduction of Front Collision Guard (FCG). This driver fails to react to this situation. After issuing several phased system, which stands for maximum protection for drivers and warnings, the assistant automatically engages an emergency braking passengers of travel coaches, also offers protection to occupants maneuver, thereby actively working to prevent rear-end collisions of other vehicles by preventing them from being forced under an and helping to save lives. Currently unparalleled in the industry, FCG-equipped bus in the event of a collision. The essential elements ABA has been available in Mercedes-Benz trucks since 2006 and in of FCG are an integrated absorber structure and a front module Mercedes-Benz and Setra brand travel coaches since 2008. Since which upon impact moves the entire driver’s area – including the April 2012 the Active Brake Assist 2 is available, which reacts on seat, steering wheel, and pedals – toward the rear by as much as stationary obstacles. 20 centimeters. This offers an unprecedented level of safety for the driver and the front-seat passenger, while also demonstrating that buses are the safest means of passenger transport. Buses from Mercedes-Benz and Setra are the leaders in active and passive safety worldwide. Independent studies have demonstrated that vehicles equipped with active safety systems are less likely to be involved in accidents than those without such systems. When com- bined with standard-fitted safety systems, such additional measures can both actively and passively prevent accidents leading to damage and personal injury. Another preventative component are safety training programs for bus drivers.14 | | 15
    • Highlights 2012. takes the lead with regard to product range in response to environmentally friendly buses. strong shifts in demand in this Using future-oriented diesel price-sensitive segment. technology, the world’s cleanest diesel-powered regular-service » July 2012 World premiere of buses are substantially reducing the Setra ComfortClass 500. the amount of CO2 emitted into The new Setra ComfortClass the environment. Bus operators, 500 travel coach celebrated its in turn, benefit from fuel savings world premiere at two major of around 1,000 liters of diesel international events at the Stutt- » February 2012 Major order tomers from the transportation per year. The first customer gart exhibition center. The first from Istanbul. The Istanbul sector. Hybrids will enable bus to buy the Euro VI-compliant of these events was the Daimler public transport company IETT companies to meet the European Citaro is the Hessian capital of IAA Preview, during which media orders a total of 221 Merce- Union’s ambitious climate pro- Wiesbaden. representatives took a close look des-Benz Conecto articulated tection targets for 2050. In their at the new generation of the travel buses from Mercedes-Benz Türk. role as users and reference cus- » June 2012 Mercedes-Benz coach. The second event was held The 18-meter-long low-floor tomers, transport companies are articulated buses for Rio de in the final week of July, when buses are manufactured in the helping this technology to reach Janeiro. The Brazilian metropo- the Setra ComfortClass 500 was Mercedes-Benz bus plant in its breakthrough. One of these lis adopts Daimler’s innovative presented to several thousand Hoşdere near Istanbul. companies is the Wuppertaler Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) mobility customers from all over Europe. WSW mobil GmbH, which has concept. Rio de Janeiro plans to Besides boasting great economy, » March 2012 Launch of the been operating its first Citaro G invest in a BRT system extending comfort, safety, and value, the growth and efficiency offen- Bluetec Hybrid since March. about 150 kilometers in order to new travel coaches already meet sive GLOBE 2013. This fitness be able to handle the increased future legal requirements. Highlights 2012 program encompasses Daimler First Euro VI-compliant travel mobility needs during the next Buses’ entire value chain and coach delivered. The Swedish Football World Cup in 2014 and Singapore transit authority all of its locations. One of the bus company Lidbergs Bus AB the Olympic Games in 2016. For places a major order for 450 program’s aims is to interlink buys the first Euro VI-compliant the network’s first stretch, which Mercedes-Benz city buses. The the European production net- travel coach in Europe. The goes into operation in June, Mer- Mercedes star will soon be seen work even more strongly, which 90-year-old company received cedes-Benz do Brasil supplies the even more often on the streets includes locations in Germany, its first Travego Edition 1 coach city with 90 articulated buses fea- of Singapore. Daimler Buses France, Turkey, and the Czech in March. The vehicle is equipped turing BlueTec 5 technology. The has once again received a major Republic. The German produc- with the OM 471 engine (one of buses meet Brazil’s PROCONVE order from this city-state and tion sites in Mannheim and Neu- a series of BlueEfficiency Power P-7 emissions standard, which will deliver 450 Citaro buses to Ulm are becoming even more engines), the newly developed went into effect in January 2012. Southeast Asia between the fall competitive and will remain an GO 250-8 transmission, addi- of 2012 and the end of 2015. integral part of the network. tional safety features, and an Expanded product range for Moreover, GLOBE 2013 utilizes ergonomically upgraded cockpit. Western Europe. Midyear, Mer- » August 2012 Daimler Buses existing growth potential in cedes-Benz added the Intouro closes a major order for more traditional markets and helps to » May 2012 Start of series regular-service bus to its product than 150 buses from DB Fleet boost business in new markets. production for a clean range for Western Europe. Since Management GmbH. Beginning regular-service bus. At the the vehicle’s market launch in in 2013, the Mercedes-Benz and Driving environmental protec- Mannheim plant, the launch of 2007, the bus has clearly demon- Setra brand urban and intercity tion. Hybrid technology is the series production of the Euro strated its worth by selling more buses will be gradually delivered solution for providing environ- VI-compliant Citaro bus opens than 3,500 Intouros in France and to Germany’s largest bus trans- mentally friendly local bus trans- up a new chapter in the his- Portugal as well as many Central port provider. All of the vehicles port in the future — an assess- tory of regular-service buses. and Eastern European countries. will be used in regional and urban ment that’s also shared by cus- With this step, Mercedes-Benz Daimler Buses is expanding its transport operations.16 | | 17
    • Main sites.Daimler Buses. Dortmund, Mannheim, Kirchheim unter Teck (Nabern), Neu-Ulm, Germany Ligny-en-Barrois, France Holýšov, Czech Republic Sámano, Spain Hoşdere, Turkey Monterrey, Mexico Pune, India Jakarta, Indonesia Main sites São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil East London, South Africa Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • Main sites. Kirchheim unter Ligny-en-Barrois Teck (Nabern) France Germany Number of employees*: 163 Head office functions, sales Number of employees*: 406 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1995 Foundation of plant: 1981 city/interurban buses Neu-Ulm Sámano Germany Spain Number of employees*: 3,765 Paint shop and assembly: Number of employees*: 261 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1991 city/interurban buses and coaches Foundation of plant: 1998 Mercedes-Benz chassis Mannheim Holýšov Germany Czech Republic Number of employees*: 3,515 Body shop, cathodic dip Number of employees*: 407 Body components and segments Foundation of plant: 1908 painting: city/intercity buses Foundation of plant: 1998 for bus production in Mannheim and coaches; assembly: city and interurban Main sites buses Istanbul-Hoşdere Dortmund** Turkey Germany Number of employees*: 3,888 Body shop, cathodic dip painting, Foundation of plant: 1995 paint shop, assembly of Number of employees*: 234 Production of city/interurban/ Mercedes-Benz city/ Foundation of plant: 1998 mobility buses and coaches based interurban buses and coaches upon Sprinter chassis and Sprinter *As of December 2011 cabin wagons **Mercedes-Benz Minibus GmbH20 | | 21
    • Main sites. São Bernardo Buenos Aires** do Campo Argentina Brazil Number of employees*: 1,217 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1951 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1956 Mercedes-Benz chassis Mercedes-Benz chassis Monterrey East London** Mexico South Africa Number of employees*: 362 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1958 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1994 Mercedes-Benz chassis Mercedes-Benz chassis Joint venture with body builder *As of December 2011 **Location produces for the entire Daimler group Pune** India Foundation of plant: 2009 Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis Main sites Jakarta** Indonesia Foundation of plant: 1982 Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis22 | | 23
    • Product range.Daimler Buses. Product range
    • Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz city buses coaches CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. A Daimler Initiative. A Daimler Initiative.Model Length Model Length Model Length Model Length Citaro K 10.5 m Torino (Mexico) 10.9 m Travego 12.2 m Tourismo M 13.0 mCitaro (LHD/RHD)* 12.0 m Boxer (Mexico) 8.0/9.1/10.1 m Travego M 13.0 m Tourismo L 14.0 mCitaro (new) 12.1 m Boxer OF (Mexico) 8.7/9.5 m Travego L 14.0 m Tourino (LHD/RHD)* 9.4 mCitaro L 15.0 m Gran Viale LE/RF (Mexico) 12.2 m Travego 15 SHD 12.2 m Intercity Luxury Coach (India) 12.0 mCitaro G (LHD/RHD)* 18.0 m Gran Viale G (Mexico) 18.2 m Travego 17 SHD 14.0 m Paradiso 1200 (Mexico) 12.9/14.0 mCitaro G (new) 18.1 m Tourismo (LHD/RHD)* 12.1 m Paradiso 1350 (Mexico) 14.0 mCitaro LE 12.0 m Alternative drives Tourismo RH 12.1 m Paradiso 1800 (Mexico) 14.0 mCapaCity 19.5 m Citaro CNG 12.0 m Tourismo RH M 13.0 m Viaggio 900 (Mexico) 12.0 mConecto 12.0 m Citaro G CNG 18.0 m Tourismo M/2 13.0 m Viaggio 1050 (Mexico) 13.5 mConecto G 18.0 m Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid 18.0 m *LHD = left-hand drive / RHD = right-hand drive Citaro FuelCELL-Hybrid** 12.0 mParallel production Citaro and Citaro new (depending on the model)*LHD = left-hand drive / RHD = right-hand drive. **Customer trial. Mercedes-Benz interurban buses CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. A Daimler Initiative.Model Length Model Length Citaro Ü 12.0 m Integro 12.1 mCitaro Ü (new) 12.1 m Integro M 13.0 mCitaro MÜ 13.0 m Integro L 14.9 m Mercedes-BenzCitaro LÜ 15.0 m Intouro/Intouro E 12.1 m Product rangeCitaro GÜ 18.0 m Intouro M/ME 13.0 mCitaro GÜ (new) 18.1 m Alliado (Mexico) 11.2 mCitaro LE Ü 12.0 m Citaro LE MÜ 13.0 mParallel production Citaro and Citaro new (depending on the model) 26 | | 27
    • Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz interurban minibuses travel minibusesModel Length Model Length Sprinter Transfer 23 (LHD/RHD)* 5.9 m Sprinter Travel 45 (LHD/RHD)* 7.3 mSprinter Transfer 34 (LHD/RHD)* 6.9 m Sprinter Travel 55 (LHD)* 7.6 mSprinter Transfer 35 (LHD/RHD)* 6.9 m Sprinter Travel 65 (LHD)* 7.7 mSprinter Transfer 45 (LHD/RHD)* 7.3 m *LHD = left-hand drive / RHD = right-hand driveSprinter Transfer 55 (LHD) 7.6 m*LHD = left-hand drive / RHD = right-hand drive Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz city minibuses mobility minibusesModel Length Model Length Sprinter City 35 (LHD)* 6.9 m Sprinter Mobility 23 (LHD)* 5.9 mSprinter City 45 (RHD)* 7.3 m Sprinter Mobility 33 (LHD)* 6.9 mSprinter City 65 K (LHD)* 7.0 m Sprinter Mobility 35 (RHD)* 6.9 mSprinter City 65 (LHD)* 7.7 m Sprinter Mobility 45 (RHD)* 7.3 mSprinter City 77 (LHD)* 8.7 m *LHD = left-hand drive / RHD = right-hand drive*LHD = left-hand drive / RHD = right-hand drive Mercedes-Benz Product range 28 | | 29
    • Setra Setra coaches interurban busesTopClass 400 Length TopClass 400 Length MultiClass 400 Length MultiClass 400 Length S 411 HD 10.2 m S 431 DT double-decker 13.9 m S 415 NF 12.0 m S 419 UL 15.0 mS 415 HD 12.2 m S 417 TC (USA) 13.7 m S 416 NF 13.0 m S 415 H 12.2 mS 415 HDH 12.3 m S 412 UL 10.8 m S 416 H 13.0 m S 416 HDH 13.2 m S 415 UL 12.2 m S 417 HDH 14.1 m S 416 UL 13.0 m S 417 UL 14.1 m Setra coachesComfortClass 400 Length ComfortClass 400 Length S 415 GT 12.2 m S 407 CC (USA) 14.0 mS 415 GT-HD (LHD/RHD)* 12.2 m S 515 HD 12.2 mS 416 GT 13.0 m S 516 HD/2 13.02 mS 416 GT-HD/2 13.0 m S 516 HD 13.02 mS 416 GT-HD (LHD/RHD)* 13.0 m S 517 HD 14.05 mS 417 GT-HD 14.1 mS 419 GT-HD 15.0 m*LHD = left-hand drive / RHD = right-hand drive Setra Product range coaches SetraComfortClass 500 LengthS 515 HD 12.20 mS 516 HD/2 13.02 mS 516 HD 13.02 mS 517 HD 14.05 m 30 | | 31
    • Media contacts of Daimler Buses. Mercedes-Benz chassis Model City and interurban buses Coaches Rear-mounted-engine chassis Rear-mounted-engine chassis OC 500 LE (CBC)* OC 500 RF (IBC)** O 500 M (CBC RF)* OH (MBC)*** O 500 MA (CBC RF-articulated)* O 500 RS/RSD/RSDD (IBC)** O 500 U (CBC LE)* O 500 R (CBC)* O 500 UA (CBC LE-articulated)* O 500 UDA (CBC LE-articulated)* O 500 MDA (CBC RF-articulated)* OH RF (XBC)**** OH LE (XBC)**** Front-mounted-engine chassis MBC-0 (Boxer OF) OF LO MBO (Boxer) BF 27/30 airport shuttle bus *CBC = City Bus Concept **IBC = Intercity Bus Concept ***MBC = Midi Bus Concept* ***XBC = Open Bus Concept Media contacts of Daimler Buses 32 | | 33
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