BUS 710 (2)

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Bus 710
Chassis BYD Toro ebus
Depot Tuggeranong
Entered Service 30 August 2017
Removed from Service ~9 November 2018
Desto Equipment Hanover LED
VIN LC04S44S3H1990855
Body Gemilang Coachworks (Malaysia)
Body Number AUS 122
Body Date Jun 2017
Seating B35DW
Climate Control ThermoKing
Fuel Electricity
Gallery Album Bus 710

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Bus 710 was a BYD K9RA / Carbridge Toro ebus evaluation vehicle.

Notes

  • Bus 710 was leased from Carbridge between July and 1 December 2018 (contract extended from September 2018). It was being evaluated by Transport Canberra with another BYD Toro (Bus 711 - delivered Mar 2018) and a Volvo B5RLEH hybrid (Bus 712).
  • The Toro is based on the BYD K9 ebus chassis and was built by Gemilang Coachworks (Senai, Malaysia) and imported by Carbridge.
  • Bus 710 was delivered to Tuggeranong Depot on 5 July 2017.
  • This vehicle was delivered in a plain blue/grey livery, but was wrapped in a special livery before entering service.
  • Bus 710 was first registered on 14 August 2017.
  • It was launched to the media on 25 August 2017.
  • It was originally fitted with a Sportworks VeloPorter 2 bike rack, but this was replaced with a DL2 (black handle) model in early September 2017.
  • Bus 710 was exhibited at the Australasia Bus & Coach Expo held at the Gold Coast Convention Centre on 25 & 26 September 2017.
  • As at 12 November 2018, its special livery was removed.

Special Livery

Photo.png "I'm Electric" (Carbridge/Transport Canberra) - ~12 August 2017 to 12 November 2018

Specifications

Power: in-wheel motor drive with hub reduction. Maximum power 90 kW (120 HP) x 2; maximum torque 550 Nm x 2 (source: Wikipedia)
Energy storage: BYD Lithium Iron Phosphate battery. Capacity 324 kWh

Tyres: 275/70 R22.5

Seats: Vogelsitze with 6 single flip-up seats in wheelchair bays
Seat fabric: Camira BDI314 (blue)

Tare mass: 13,240 kg

Passenger capacity: 35 seated, 22 standing

Bus stop signal system: Teknoware wireless push buttons with wheelchair signal

Media