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Irisbus
Founded 1999
Headquarters Lyon, France
Products Bus and coach
Website Irisbus.com


Irisbus is a bus manufacturer which was formed through the merger of the bus and coach divisions of Fiat, Iveco and Renault in January 1999. It also acquired Ikarus Bus in late 1999.

Since 2003, Irisbus has been 100%-owned by Fiat Group´s IVECO, and the company has been renamed Irisbus IVECO[1]

The company is based in Lyon, France with offices in Turin, Italy, Watford and Mainz.

Factories

The company has factories located in:

  • Flumeri, Italy
  • Modena (Orlandi division), Italy
  • Vysoké Mýto, Czech Republic
  • Annonay, France
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • Venissieux, near Lyon, France
  • Rorthais (Deux-Sèvres), France
  • Changzhou, People's Republic of China
  • Mumbai, India
  • Minas Gerais, Brazil
  • Córdoba, Argentina

Product range

Current models

  • Arway - bus
  • Citelis 12
  • Citelis 18 - articulated bus
  • Citelis Line - intercity bus
  • Citybus
  • Civis - trolleybus (for alternative urban transport)
  • Cristalis - trolleybus (for alternative urban transport)
  • Crossway - line/school bus
  • Domino HD - tour coach, from Orlandi
  • Domino HDH - tour coach, from Orlandi
  • EcoDaly - minibus, from Iveco
  • Euromidi
  • Europolis - midibus, from Iveco
  • Evadys H - tour coach
  • Evadys HD - tour coach
  • Happy - minibus
  • Magelys - tour coach
  • Midirider
  • Midway - midibus
  • Midys - midibus
  • Recreo - line/school bus

Former mdels

  • Agora series - from Renault
  • Arés
  • Ares N - line/school bus
  • Ares N15 - line/school bus
  • Axer - line/school bus
  • CityClass 10.8 m/12 m, from Iveco
  • CityClass 18 m - articulated bus, from Iveco
  • EuroClass - from Iveco
  • EuroRider - tour coach, from Iveco
  • Iliade H - tour coach
  • Iliade HD - tour coach
  • Moowy - bus

References / sources

  • Company web site

External links


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