Scania Introduces New Interlink Bus with ADAS Features

01/02/2022 - 17:32 | ,   | IAB Team

The past couple of years has seen the introduction of Scania’s new bus and coach generation. These products are now complemented with a new Scania Interlink. The bus is mainly used in an urban environment and intercity traffic. It has a new chassis and body and offers fuel savings of up to 8 per cent alongside a wide range of specification options, advanced safety features, new uptime services and a significantly updated driver area.

Scania Interlink Bus Front Left

The high flexibility in Scania Interlink offers multiple options when it comes to vehicle length and interior layout, luggage compartments, door configurations, classification, powertrains, and more. New options include longer 2-axle buses with increased passenger capacity as well as shorter gas buses.

The driver’s work environment is not forgotten either. The driver area has excellent ergonomics and reachability, improved climate control, as well as safety features. The visibility and great turning radius add to great drivability. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) give the driver good control of the vehicle through improved assisted handling, steering and braking. This, along with Scania Zone that ensures driver compliance with speed regulations around schools and elsewhere, increases safety and helps minimise accidents, thereby also avoiding unnecessary costs.

Scania Interlink Bus Dashboard

The new Scania Interlink is highly energy efficient with substantial fuel savings, up to 8 per cent due to improved engine and gearbox efficiency, with the new stop/start function and cruise control contributing to further reductions. It has a forgiving independent front suspension that increases ride comfort while increasing load capacity by 500 kg. The vehicle is designed to limit damage and avoid deformation of components such as steering system, after-treatment system or batteries, critical to minimise downtime and costly repairs. Uptime is further increased via easily exchangeable front corners, improved cleanability, and not least through the vehicle´s compatibility with the proactive and real-time data based Scania Flexible Maintenance.

The new exterior has a contemporary expression with larger side windows, Bi-LED or Bi-Halogen headlights and new sidelights and rear lights. The electric sliding doors result in higher uptime and lower maintenance cost, and indoors, new materials reduce noise. The climate system minimises energy consumption, regardless of climate. This, along with the new and brighter interior, helps to increase passenger appeal.

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