|Headquarters||Arbúcies, Girona, Catalonia, Spain|
Ayats is the trading name of Carrocerías Ayats SA, a Spanish-based coachbuilder. The company constructs a range of coach bodies on a variety of chassis, and also manufacture their own integral products. Their products are used throughout Europe. The company was established in 1905 by Mr. Juan Ayats in Arbúcies, a village in the Selva county of the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. This small town offered the advantage of being in the midst of a densely forested area ("Selva" means "forest" in Catalan), useful since the bodyworks were made of wood at the time. Ayats is one of several cochbuilders based in Arbúcies; others include Indcar (the oldest of them), Beulas, Noge and Boari.
Ayats Bravos have been used for a number of years as the platform for specialist double deck coaches including open top buses and sleeper buses. The Ayats Bravo City was the first purpose-built open top low-floor tour bus, introduced by the worldwide sightseeing operator City Sightseeing.
- Atlas 2
- Ayats Bravo
- Bravo 1
- Bravo 2
- Bravo 3 (the unofficial name for the Bravo 1 with the Megaloader walk-in loading bay).
- Bravo City/Urbis
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