|MAN Lion's City|
A23 in Mülheim an der Ruhr
|Doors||1 to 4 doors|
|Options||Various customer options|
It has a 6-cylinder turbocharged straight engine which runs on diesel, compressed natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas. Versions with hydrogen fuel cell drive and with hydrogen internal combustion engines have been successfully tested, as well as diesel-electric hybrid drive, and the latter is due to enter serial production in 2010.
- Lion's City M (different types available) - midibus, 8.6 m to 10.5 m
- Lion's City (also designated as A21 and NL xx3) - standard single decker, 12 m
- Lion's City C - long single decker, 13.7 m
- Lion's City L (known as Lion's City LL until late 2009, also designated as A26 and NL xx3-15m) - long single decker, 14.7 m
- Lion's City G (also designated as A23 and NG xx3) - articulated single decker, 18 m
- Lion's City GL (also designated as A23 and NG xx3) - articulated single decker, 18.75 m
- Lion's City GXL - articulated long (4-axle) single decker, 20.45 m
- Lion's City DD (also designated as A39 and ND xx3) - double decker, 13.73 m
- Lion's City Ü (also designated as A20 and NÜ xx3) - intercity single decker
- Lion's City ÜLL (also designated as A25 and NÜ xx3-15m) - long intercity single decker
- Low-entry versions
- Lion's City LE (known as Lion's City T until 2008, also designated as A78 and EL xx3) - city
- Lion's City LE Ü (known as Lion's City TÜ until 2008, also designated as A78 and EL xx3) - intercity
MAN AG Bus sells the plenibus Lion's City Hybrid, which uses supercapacitors and two 67 kW electric motors. Hybrid electric buses offer increased efficiency in urban traffic and use 30% less fuel than combustion-only buses.. The sizes are 12 m, 13.7 m and up to 18.75 m.
The Lion's City Hybrid is used in Barcelona, Cádiz, Madrid, Málaga, Murcia, San Sebastián, Seville, Valladolid, Lisbon and Oporto.
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