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Autosan S.A.
Founded 1832
Founder(s) Walenty Lipiński and Mateusz Beksiński
Headquarters Sanok town, Poland
Industry buses

Autosan A1212C Eurolider - intercity bus

Autosan A1213C Eurolider in Kielce, Poland

Autosan A8V Wetlina City (Osprey) in Kielce, Poland

Autosan M09LE Sancity - local bus

Autosan M12LE Sancity - local bus

Autosan H7-20.07.01 Solina City in Warsaw, Poland

Autosan A1010T DW police bus

Autosan H9-21, a very long-running and popular model now discontinued. The current A0909 types are still descended from this one.

Autosan H10-11, historical bus

Autosan A1010M „Medium”, historical bus

Autosan S.A. is Polish automobile-bus producer. The company is located in Sanok town, Poland. Its sales network includes European (also non-EU countries), African and Asian countries. Currently it produces approximately 300 buses a year.


The company was originally founded in 1832 by Walenty Lipiński and Mateusz Beksiński as a boilers' plant. The history of the factory has been changing depending on domestic and European economic situation. At the beginning of its activity, the factory produced devices and equipment for the oil mining, distillery and brewing industries. It later added tranportation to its range and by 1894 it had become Poland's most important manufacture of rail coaches and freight cars, tramcars and other high-capacity vehicles, while continuing to produce their initial output of boilers and other related devices. Later, even more variety of product was added, including cisterns, cranes, dredgers, road rollers, steel lifeboats, steel bridge constructions and casting articles.

In 1926, Autosan launched its first lot of buses mounted on Lancia chassis. Activities were interrupted during World War I, but resumed in 1950. In 1973, a new family of buses is launched - the H9 bus, with the engine mounted at the rear; it would be followed in 1984 by the high-capacity H10 model.



Current offer:

  • Tourist coaches
    • Autosan A0808T "Gemini"
    • Autosan A1112T "Ramzes"
  • Intercity buses
    • Autosan A0808T "Gemini"
    • Autosan A0909L "Tramp 2" (Autosan Scamp)
    • Autosan A1010T "Lider 3"
    • Autosan A1012T "Lider"
    • Autosan A1212C "Eurolider"
    • Autosan A1213C "Eurolider"
    • Autosan A1213CLE "Eurolider"
    • Autosan A8V "Wetlina" (Autosan Osprey)
    • Autosan H7-10MB "Solina"
  • Local buses
    • Autosan A1010T "Lider 2"
    • Autosan H7-20MB "Solina"
    • Autosan M09LE "Sancity"
    • Autosan M12LE "Sancity"
  • City buses
    • Autosan A8V "Wetlina City" (Autosan Osprey)
  • School buses
    • Autosan A0909S Smyk
    • Autosan A1012T "Eagle RHD"
  • Special buses, prison vans
    • Autosan A1010T DW
    • Autosan H7-10ZK
  • Police buses for military squads
    • Autosan H7-10I

Historical buses:

  • Tourist coaches
    • Autosan A404T "Cezar"
    • Autosan A1112T "San"
    • Autosan A1112T "Sanman"
  • Intercity buses
    • Autosan H6-10 "Melon"
    • Autosan A0909L "Tramp"
    • Autosan H7-10 "Traper"
    • Autosan H9-xx
    • Autosan H10-xx
    • Autosan A10-10T "Lider Midi"
  • Local buses
    • Autosan A0808MN "Sancity"
    • Autosan H7-20 "Trafic"
  • City buses
    • Autosan H9-33
    • Autosan H9-35
    • Autosan A1010M "Medium"
  • School buses
    • Autosan H6-10.03S "Żaczek"
    • Autosan H9-21 "Kleks"
    • Autosan H10-10S "Urwis"
  • Special buses, prison vans
    • Autosan H6-56 "Towos"
    • Autosan H6-10 SW


  • Rail buses
  • Passenger trailers
  • Containers
  • Special coachworks

See also


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