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ABC Companies, Proterra Partner On Electric Buses

Posted on October 9, 2017
A Van Hool CX45 motorcoach (photo from ABC Companies)

A Van Hool CX45 motorcoach (photo from ABC Companies)

FARIBAULT, Minn. -- ABC Companies and partner Van Hool announced Oct. 9 they are developing an all-electric version of their CX series coaches in partnership with Proterra, a designer and manufacturer of zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles.

The new Van Hool CX45E and CX35E models use the proven CX platform, and will feature Proterra's E2 battery technology along with a fully-electric drivetrain designed to deliver operational, environmental, and passenger benefits. The CX Electric Vehicle partnership will combine the resources of three market leaders each committed to technology innovation.

PR Newsire press release via Markets Insider here

Related Topics: ABC Companies, business partnerships, electric buses, Electric Vehicles, green vehicles, motorcoaches, Van Hool

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