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  • 1. Daimler Buses at a Glance.Edition 2013.
  • 2. Daimler at a Glance Global brand varietyContents. 2012 was a year which presented the whole bus and coach industry with major challenges. In Europe, the market was at its lowest level for twenty years and in Latin America the introduction of Euro V caused the markets to shrink. Additionally, adverse exchange rate Shaping Future Transportation developments further hindered our business. At Daimler BusesDaimler at a Glance 2 we responded to these challenges: with our GLOBE2013 growth and efficiency initiative, we have made ourselves fit for the future. WeManagement team of Daimler Buses 4 have reorganised our sales division, providing firm worldwide market support and international customer care for large fleets, and we haveKey figures of Daimler Buses 6 even created our own sales organisation for Germany. These are all examples of the concrete measures which we have taken. Thus weBrand variety of Daimler Buses 8 are in a position to respond even better to the needs and wants of our Highlights 2012 customers, as well as satisfy the higher requirements for sustainableShaping Future Transportation: CleanDrive Technologies 12 mobility. But above all, our focus is on our products. We have once againShaping Future Transportation: SafeDrive Technologies 14 invested large amounts in research and development. The very notion that driving pleasure and comfort are compatible with reduced fuelHighlights 2012 16 consumption and a reduction in emissions is reflected by our entire Main production sites product portfolio. The fact that our new Mercedes-Benz Citaro wasMain sites of Daimler Buses 18 the first Euro VI version of any standard regular-service bus to win the “Bus of the Year 2013” award also confirms this. In the touring coachProduct range of Daimler Buses 24 segment, our Setra ComfortClass 500 – the first touring coach to be completely developed to meet the Euro VI emissions standard – wasMedia contacts of Daimler Buses 34 complemented by the addition of the TopClass 500 in the premium segment, completely in keeping with our belief that there is no limitDaimler Brand Portfolio 36 to comfort, safety or efficiency. In Europe, further Euro VI models are also on the cards. We are the first manufacturer to offer our entire range in versions which conform to the Euro VI emissions standard, Product range which will be legally binding from 2014. We are introducing new pro- ducts from the Mercedes-Benz chassis family to international markets. So, as you can see: our products set standards in all things quality, design, environmental friendliness and economy. We are actively, and above all sustainably, improving passenger transport. We are well equipped for the future. Media contacts of Hartmut Schick Daimler Buses Head of Daimler Buses & CEO EvoBus GmbH| April 2013 |1
  • 3. Daimler at a GlanceDaimler at a Glance. Amounts in millions of EUR 2012 2011 EBIT 8,615 8,755 Value Added 4,185 3,726 Net profit 6,495 6,029 Earnings per share (in EUR) 5.71 5.32 Investment in property, plant and equipment 4,827 4,158 Research and development expenditure 5,644 5,634Daimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies.With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-BenzVans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group Amounts in millions of EURis one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest 2012 2011manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. DaimlerFinancial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insur- Revenue 114,297 106,540ance and innovative mobility services. Western Europe 39,377 39,387 thereof Germany 19,722 19,753The company’s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made history NAFTA 31,914 26,026with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As a pioneer thereof United States 27,233 22,222of automotive engineering, Daimler continues to shape the future of Asia 25,126 22,643mobility today: The Group’s focus is on innovative and green techno- thereof China 10,782 11,093logies as well as on safe and superior automobiles that appeal to and Other markets 17,880 18,484fascinate. For many years now, Daimler has been investing continuallyin the development of alternative drive systems with the goal of making By divisionsemission-free driving possible in the long term. So in addition to vehicles Mercedes-Benz Cars 61,660 57,410with hybrid drive, Daimler now has the broadest range of locally emission- Daimler Trucks 31,389 28,751free electric vehicles powered by batteries and fuel cells. This is just Mercedes-Benz Vans 9,070 9,179one example of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting Daimler Buses 3,929 4,418its responsibility towards society and the environment. Daimler Financial Services 13,550 12,080Daimler 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 2012 2011automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart, Freightliner, WesternStar, BharatBenz, Fuso, Setra and Thomas Built Buses. The company is Total 275,087 271,370listed on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Stuttgart, Germany (stock Germany 166,363 167,684exchange symbol DAI). In 2012, the Group sold 2.2 million vehicles and United States 21,720 20,702employed a workforce of 275,000 people; revenue totaled €114.3 billion Rest of World 87,004 82,984and EBIT amounted to €8.6 billion. By divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars 98,020 99,091 Daimler Trucks 80,519 77,295 Mercedes-Benz Vans 14,916 14,889 Daimler Buses 16,901 17,495 Sales Organization 50,683 49,699 Daimler Financial Services 7,779 7,0652| |3
  • 4. Management team ofManagement team of Daimler Buses. Daimler BusesDaimler Buses Board (worldwide responsibility)Hartmut Schick Gustav Tuschen Wolfgang Hänle Dr. Holger Steindorf Steffen Hoffmann Thomas Schulz Till OberwörderHead of Head of Product Head of Production Head of Production Head of Finance & Head of Human Head of Marketing,Daimler Buses & Engineering until May 31, 2013 from June 1, 2013 Controlling Resources & Sales & After SalesCEO EvoBus GmbH from July 1, 2013 OrganizationRegional responsibilityRainer Genes Harald Hauke Ricardo José Markus VillingerHead of Head of Daimler Da Silva Head of DaimlerMercedes-Benz Türk Buses Mexico Head of Daimler Buses India Buses Latin America4| |5
  • 5. Key figures of Daimler Buses. Daimler Buses key figures Amounts in millions of EUR 2012 2011 2010 Employees by region 2012 2011 2010 EBIT -232 162 215 Total 16,901 17,495 17,134 Revenue 3,929 4,418 4,558 Investment in property, plant and equipment 82 103 95 Europe 14,752 14,798 14,566 Research and development expenditure 223 225 223 of which Germany 8,126 8,320 8,338 Sales (units) 32,088 39,741 39,118 of which Turkey 4,117 3,888 3,623 North America 660 1,386 1,346 of which USA and Canada 272 1,024 999 of which Mexico 388 362 347 Latin America 1,482 1,311 1,222 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 2012 2011 2010 2012 2011 2010 Total 32,088 39,741 39,118 Europe 35,603 37,737 33,437 Europe (incl. Turkey) 7,542 7,526 8,430 Market share 22 % 21 % 25 % Western Europe 5,851 5,943 7,028 Western Europe 21,624 23,841 23,708 of which Germany 2,039 2,214 2,635 Market share 28 % 27 % 29 % Eastern Europe (incl. Turkey) 1,691 1,583 1,402 of which Germany 4,290 4,381 4,447 of which Turkey 1,087 1,147 738 Market share 49 % 50 % 56 % North America 466 567 820 Eastern Europe (excl. Turkey) 11,829 11,639 8,204 Mexico 3,477 3,475 3,058 Market share 5% 4% 9% Latin America 17,800 24,998 23,157 Turkey 2,150 2,257 1,525 Asia 1,886 1,667 1,462 Market share 52 % 51 % 49 % Africa 801 1,262 1,806 Australia/South Pacific 116 196 327 USA and Canada 7,340 7,635 8,089 Market share 6% 7% 10 % Sales minibuses Total 1,021 988 1,015 Mexico 7,270 7,073 5,709 Market share 48 % 49 % 54 % Latin America 45,068 53,308 46,802 Market share 43 % 41 % 49 %6| |7
  • 6. Brand varietyof Daimler Buses. Brand variety |9
  • 7. 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 The brand’s comprehensive and superior service package is tailored outstanding bus products. The product lineup encompasses urban specifically to the needs of bus customers worldwide. buses, intercity buses, and travel coaches, as well as minibuses and chassis. All of the vehicles are of premium quality, are extremely The brand is backed by specialists with a passion for buses, as well economical, and meet the highest standards of safety. as customer-focused products and services that are provided via the most extensive bus-specific service network in Europe. Regardless For its buses, Mercedes-Benz also offers a comprehensive range of of whether our bus customers are at home or on the road, OMNIplus bus-specific services through the OMNIplus brand. is always at their side. The global sales structure ensures that all bus customers receive Thanks to our more than 600 service centers that are classified as reliable service that focuses on solutions. The interplay of all of these BusWorld, BusPort, or BusPoint outlets, our customers are assured offerings is what makes Mercedes-Benz such a highly valued brand. competent care and assistance that allows them to focus solely on their core business, which is to transport people safely from one place to another. » Setra Setra stands for partnership and passion. As a leading provider of premium buses, Setra is able to meet the highest demands in terms of comfort, customization, and quality. Setra sets the tone for tech- nology, equipment, and design. With its great flexibility, the brand is able to offer tailor-made products that are a valuable asset and also deliver solutions for all customer requirements. As a matter of course, Setra ensures the highest safety standards and offers outstanding economy and a comprehensive range of OMNIplus services tailored to the needs of bus customers. The Setra brand also has in-depth knowledge of its customers and offers dedicated customer service with a personal touch.10 | | 11
  • 8. Further expansion of activitiesCleanDrive.Shaping Future Transportation. CleanDrive. Shaping Future Transportation. Through the end of 2012, Daimler Buses had delivered a total of A Daimler Initiative. 62 Mercedes-Benz Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid articulated buses, which are used in regular service operations in cities including Hamburg, Krefeld, Mülheim/Ruhr, Stuttgart, Rotterdam, and Milan. The Citaro G BlueTec Hybrid is to date the only hybrid bus that can cover extended stretches while running solely on electricity, without using the diesel engine. The extremely economical Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid generates zero local emissions; that puts it at the forefront of su- Shaping Future Transportation stainable mobility. Hamburger Hochbahn AG (HH) has acquired four Daimler Trucks and Daimler Buses are forging ahead with measures Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL Hybrids for Germany’s NaBuZ to significantly reduce the fuel consumption and the CO2 and pol- demo project (German abbreviation for “Sustainable Bus System lutant emissions of their vehicles. The world’s leading commercial of the Future – Demonstration”). In May 2012, five additional vehicles vehicle manufacturer is consolidating these activities in its global were delivered to PostAuto Schweiz AG, which uses them for local “Shaping Future Transportation” initiative. The initiative actively public transportation services in the Swiss canton of Aargau. The Shaping Future Transportation incorporates the brands Mercedes-Benz, Setra, Freightliner, Fuso, Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid has many new features which are not found Thomas Built Buses, Western Star, and BharatBenz. in the fuel cell buses that have been tested in Hamburg since 2003. Daimler’s development path extends from clean conventional fuels Among them is a hybrid system with energy recovery and storage in such as gasoline and diesel to natural gas and hybrid drives as well lithium-ion batteries, high-performance electric motors with 120 kW as hydrogen for vehicles with fuel cell drives. More than 880,000 of sustained output in the wheel hubs, electric ancillary components, Daimler commercial vehicles with SCR technology are currently on and enhanced fuel cells. These features extend the service life of the road around the world. In addition, the new Setra ComfortClass the vehicles to at least six years or 12,000 hours of operation. BlueTec6 celebrated its world premiere at last year’s IAA Commercial Thanks to improved fuel cell components and hybridization with Vehicles show in Hanover. lithium-ion batteries, the new Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid consumes Like the Mercedes-Benz Travego and Citaro travel coaches and buses, almost 50 percent less hydrogen than the predecessor generation. the Setra ComfortClass BlueTec6 already complies with the Euro VI emissions standard that will become mandatory in January 2014. Another factor contributing to Shaping Future Transportation is the A completely new generation of engines and a sophisticated exhaust innovative Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system. With BRT, buses operate gas treatment system reduce emissions to barely traceable levels in separate dedicated lanes, which ensures the fast and efficient and thus constitute another major step forward in the development transport of large numbers of passengers. In this way, BRT can in- of diesel technology. expensively make optimal use of the available road network while The fuel efficiency of the new Mercedes-Benz Citaro BlueTec6 is at the same time substantially reducing the emissions produced per boosted further by an innovative 24-volt energy recovery module. passenger and kilometer. Thanks to this system, electricity produced by the generator during coasting is stored in the double-layer capacitors and used to provide energy when the bus is accelerating. Daimler is the global leader for “green” commercial vehicles, having delivered a total of about 18,000 alternative drive vehicles through the end of last year.1) Hybrid technology plays a key role in these vehicles, as it reduces diesel consumption by up to one third, depen- ding on the application. The hybrid product lineup 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. 1) Because the production of city buses was discontinued in North America in 2012, Orion hybrid buses were no longer included in the calculations.12 | | 13
  • 9. 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. Daimler also sets the tone when it comes to passive safety. In 2007, for example, the company reached a milestone in passive safety for buses with the introduction of Front Collision Guard (FCG). This system provides maximum protection for drivers and passengers A pioneer in active and passive safety of travel coaches, and also offers protection to the occupants of For more than 50 years, developments from Daimler have been other vehicles by preventing them from being forced under an FCG- leading the way in the field of vehicle safety. Such developments equipped vehicle in the event of a collision. The essential elements can be divided into active and passive safety elements. of FCG are an integrated absorber structure and a front module, which upon impact moves the entire driver’s area — including the One example of an active safety system is the multiple award- seat, steering wheel, and pedals — backwards by as much as 20 Shaping Future Transportation winning Active Brake Assist (ABA) feature, whose introduction in centimeters. This offers a previously unheard-of level of safety for 2007 expanded the range of highly efficient assistance systems the driver and the passengers, while also underscoring the fact that for active accident prevention. The system goes into action when- buses are the safest means of passenger transport. ever there is imminent danger of a collision with a vehicle ahead that is moving more slowly and the driver fails to react to this situation. Buses from Mercedes-Benz and Setra are leaders in active and passive After issuing several phased warnings, the assistant automatically safety worldwide. initiates an emergency braking maneuver, thereby actively working Various independent studies have found that vehicles equipped with to prevent rear-end collisions and helping to save lives. active safety systems are less likely to be involved in accidents than those without such systems. In combination with standard-fitted ABA has been available in Mercedes-Benz trucks since 2006 and in safety systems, such additional measures can both actively and Mercedes-Benz and Setra brand travel coaches since 2008. Since passively prevent accidents leading to damage and injury. April 2012, travel coaches have been fitted with Active Brake Assist 2 Another preventive measure are the courses in safe driving that are (ABA 2), which independently initiates emergency braking if the offered to bus drivers. vehicle is about to hit a stationary obstacle.14 | | 15
  • 10. Highlights 2012. Expanded product range for » September 2012 Merce- Western Europe. Midyear, Mer- des-Benz Citaro is “Bus of the cedes-Benz added the Intouro Year 2013”. The Mercedes-Benz regular-service bus to its product Citaro Euro VI prevails convincin- range for Western Europe. Since gly in an international comparison. the vehicle’s market launch in It impresses with its high effi- 2007, the bus has clearly demon- ciency and its striking design and strated its worth by selling more sets new benchmarks in comfort than 3,500 Intouros in France and and safety. Portugal as well as many Central » February 2012 Major order a series of BlueEfficiency Power and Eastern European countries. » October 2012 Mercedes-Benz from Istanbul. The Istanbul engines), the newly developed Daimler Buses is expanding its at the FIAA Madrid. A new public transport company IETT GO 250-8 transmission, addi- product range in response to generation of Euro VI bus chas- orders a total of 221 Merce- tional safety features, and an strong shifts in demand in this sis was presented at the FIAA des-Benz Conecto articulated ergonomically upgraded cockpit. price-sensitive segment. fair in Madrid. Thus, the Euro VI buses from Mercedes-Benz Türk. in the chassis segment portfolio The 18-meter-long low-floor » May 2012 Start of series » July 2012 World premiere of has also been completed. buses are manufactured in the production for a clean regular- the Setra ComfortClass 500. Mercedes-Benz bus plant in service bus. At the Mannheim The new Setra ComfortClass 500 Record Run Buses 2012: Euro Hoşdere near Istanbul. plant, the launch of series pro- travel coach celebrated its world VI makes economic sense. duction of the Euro VI-compliant premiere at two major international Five coaches of the new Comfort » March 2012 Launch of the Citaro bus opens up a new events at the Stuttgart exhibition Class 500 and the new Citaro growth and efficiency offen- chapter in the history of regular- center. Besides boasting great eco- covered a distance of 18 000 km sive GLOBE2013. This program service buses. With this step, nomy, comfort, safety, and value, in five days and demonstrated a Highlights 2012 encompasses Daimler Buses’ Mercedes-Benz takes the lead the new travel coaches already significantly lower fuel consump- entire value chain and all of its with regard to environmentally meet future legal requirements. tion with Euro VI. locations. One of the program’s friendly buses. The first customer aims is to interlink the European to buy the Euro VI-compliant Singapore transit authority » November 2012 Budapest production network even more Citaro is the Hessian capital of places a major order for 450 places major order. Hungary’s strongly. The German production Wiesbaden. Mercedes-Benz city buses. The capital Budapest ordered a total sites in Mannheim and Neu-Ulm Mercedes star will soon be seen of 159 Mercedes-Benz Citaro of are becoming even more » June 2012 Mercedes-Benz even more often on the streets the new generation, with first competitive and will remain an articulated buses for Rio de of Singapore. Daimler Buses delivery already starting in the integral part of the network. Janeiro. The Brazilian metropo- has once again received a major first Quarter of 2013. Moreover, GLOBE2013 utilizes lis adopts Daimler’s innovative order from this city-state and existing growth potential in Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) mobility will deliver 450 Citaro buses to Another major order in Brazil. traditional markets and helps to concept. Rio de Janeiro plans to Southeast Asia between the fall Mercedes-Benz do Brasil pro- boost business in new markets. invest in a BRT system extending of 2012 and the end of 2015. vides a total of 2,600 chassis of about 150 kilometers in order to the type OF 1519 R for the Brazi- First Euro VI-compliant travel be able to handle the increased » August 2012 Daimler Buses lian Ministry of Education which coach delivered. The Swedish mobility needs during the next closes a major order for more will be assembled to school bus company Lidbergs Bus AB Football World Cup in 2014 and than 150 buses from DB Fleet buses in cooperation with the buys the first Euro VI-compliant the Olympic Games in 2016. For Management GmbH. Beginning Brazilian bodybuilder Caio. travel coach in Europe. The the network’s first stretch, which in 2013, the Mercedes-Benz and 90-year-old company received goes into operation in June, Mer- Setra brand urban and intercity its first Travego Edition 1 coach cedes-Benz do Brasil supplies the buses will be gradually delivered in March. The vehicle is equipped city with 90 articulated buses to Germany’s largest bus trans- with the OM 471 engine (one of featuring BlueTec 5 technology. port provider.16 | | 17
  • 11. 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 Chennai, India Main sites Jakarta, Indonesia São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil East London, South Africa Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 12. Main sites. Kirchheim unter Ligny-en-Barrois Teck (Nabern) France Germany Number of employees*: 130 Head office functions, sales Number of employees*: 394 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1995 Foundation of plant: 1981 city/interurban buses Neu-Ulm Sámano Germany Spain Number of employees*: 3,699 Paint shop and assembly: Number of employees*: 258 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*: 3,406 Body shop, cathodic dip Number of employees*: 385 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*: 4,117 Body shop, cathodic dip painting, Foundation of plant: 1995 paint shop, assembly of Number of employees*: 270 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 2012 cabin wagons **Mercedes-Benz Minibus GmbH20 | | 21
  • 13. Main sites. São Bernardo Jakarta** do Campo Indonesia Brazil Number of employees*: 1,324 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1982 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 1956 Mercedes-Benz chassis Mercedes-Benz chassis Monterrey Chennai** Mexico India Number of employees*: 388 Assembly of Foundation of plant: 2012 Headquarter Daimler Buses India Foundation of plant: 1994 Mercedes-Benz chassis Joint venture with body builder Pune** Buenos Aires** India Argentina Foundation of plant: 2009 Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis Number of employees*: 158 Assembly of *As of December 2012 Foundation of plant: 1951 Mercedes-Benz chassis **Location produces for the entire Daimler group Main sites East London** South Africa Foundation of plant: 1958 Assembly of Mercedes-Benz chassis22 | | 23
  • 14. Product range.Daimler Buses. Product range
  • 15. 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 (LHD/RHD)* 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
  • 16. 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
  • 17. 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 517 HD 14.05 mS 416 GT-HD (LHD/RHD)* 13.0 m S 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 517 HD 14.05 m 30 | | 31
  • 18. 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
  • 19. Media contacts of Daimler Buses. Julia Löffler Business Communications Commercial Vehicles Powertrain Operations/Manufacturing Engineering, Plants Gaggenau and Kassel Tel. +49 (0)711 17-41552 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52006 E-mail: julia.loeffler@daimler.com Jörg Howe N.N. Head of Communications Daimler AG Business Communications Commercial Vehicles International Business Operations Tel. +49 (0)711 17-41341 Fax +49 (0)711 17-41369 Tel. +49 (0)711 17-84020 E-mail: joerg.howe@daimler.com Fax +49 (0)711 17-79071110 Heinz Gottwick Simonette Illi Head of Global Communications Business Communications Commercial Vehicles Commercial Vehicles International Business Operations Fuso, DTNA and Mercedes-Benz do Brasil Tel. +49 (0)711 17-41525 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52006 Tel. +49 (0)711 17-83326 E-mail: heinz.gottwick@daimler.com Fax +49 (0)711 17-52006 E-mail: simonette.illi@daimler.com Uta Leitner Raimund Grammer Head of Global Business Communications Head of Product Communications Commercial Vehicles Trucks/Unimog/Buses Tel. +49 (0)711 17-41526 Tel. +49 (0)711 17-53058 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52006 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52030 E-mail: uta.leitner@daimler.com E-mail: raimund.r.grammer@daimler.com Bernd Weber Nada Filipovic Business Communications Commercial Vehicles Product Communications Trucks Europe, Daimler Buses, Mercedes-Benz Vans Mercedes-Benz Buses and Coaches Tel. +49 (0)711 17-41549 Tel. +49 (0)711 17-51091 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52006 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52030 E-mail: bernd.weber@daimler.com E-mail: nada.filipovic@daimler.com Sebastian Michel Udo Sürig Business Communications Commercial Vehicles Product Communications Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses, Setra Buses and Coaches Plants Mannheim, Düsseldorf, Ludwigsfelde and Neu-Ulm Tel. +49 (0)711 17-51186 Tel. +49 (0)711 17-41560 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52030 Fax +49 (0)711 17-52006 E-mail: udo.suerig@daimler.com E-mail: sebastian.michel@daimler.com Kathrin Schnurr Georg Beuerle Business Communications Commercial Vehicles International Market Management and Market Relations Powertrain Operations/Manufacturing Engineering, Plants Wörth and Mannheim Tel. +49 (0)711 17-83796 Fax +49 (0)711 17-79064082 Tel. +49 (0)711 17-50326 E-mail: georg.beuerle@daimler.com Fax +49 (0)711 17-52006 Media contacts of E-mail: kathrin.schnurr@daimler.com Daimler Buses34 | | 35
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