The world's Longest passenger bus was designed and manufactured in Brazil. The bus was designed for the country's ,capital ,Rio De Janeiro's bus lanes. Designed by car manufacturer Volvo,Volvo Gran Artic 300 is the longest operational bus with a staggering length of 30m.
The bus is has a bi-articulated chassis,joined chassis and was launched in 2016 in Rio De Janeiro in Brazil. The bus measures 2.5 meters in width and has a height of 4m.
The Volvo engine has 5 cylinder engine which is capable of producing 300 Hp power. The longest machine has 5 doors and is a four axle bus.
The bus with it's 300 passenger capacity,means it can carry 30 more passengers than the most longest buses on the roads. The high capacity of the vehicle means that,there will be less pollution on the roads if they were all exclusively used on our roads. The high capacity will reduce number of buses on the roads,hence reduced pollution caused by exhaust fumes.
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