MAN Lion’s Coach available for pre-order in Middle East
MAN Truck & Bus has announced that the latest iteration of the MAN Lion’s Coach is now available for pre-order in the Middle East
MAN Truck & Bus has announced that its MAN Lion’s Coach is now available for pre-order in the Middle East.
The long-distance bus features an array of safety-, comfort-, and performance-driven features that have been designed to set new benchmarks for luxury, attractiveness, and efficiency, according to the Germany-headquartered automaker.
The MAN Lion’s Coach will be available in GCC Euro engine standards to suit the full spectrum of regional fleet requirements, the manufacturer added.
Commenting on the latest model, Franz von Redwitz, managing director of MAN Truck & Bus Middle East, said: “We are a technology innovator and the new MAN Lion’s Coach demonstrates MAN Truck & Bus’s commitment to providing world-class transportation solutions.
“This is a new generation of coach that raises the bar when it comes to safety, economy, and design,” he added.
The new model boasts light-emitting diode (LED) main headlights and taillights, which have been included in a bid to enhance aesthetics, efficiency, and durability. In addition, the bus’s headlights feature a strip-form, brand-specific daytime running light that also functions as an indicator.
The MAN Lion’s Coach boasts new-generation shock absorbers and optimised vehicle configuration, which facilitate comfort and safety during transit. The features have been included in a bid to provide greater driving comfort and improved handling, as well as increased fuel efficiency and a 20% improvement in aerodynamics.
Pedro Teixeira, head of bus sales at MAN Truck & Bus Middle East, said: “The new MAN Lion’s Coach doesn’t just win people over with its modern yet timeless design; it’s also thanks to its economic efficiency.
“This is a vehicle that provides excellent total cost of ownership (TCO) and will also place fleets at the centre of a transformation towards modern, cleaner, and safer transportation in the Middle East,” he concluded.