If you guesses that the world's first superbus was sold to someone in Dubai, you'd be correct. This luxurious vehicle was developed by researchers at the Delft University of Technology in Holland and can transport 23-people at speeds in excess of 155mph. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Constructed with super-light carbon fibre materials, it is powered by an electric motor backed up by lithium polymer batteries. As long as a standard city bus, the Superbus has two pairs of rear wheels that can turn independently, thereby reducing its turning radius. The low vehicle has 12 gull-wing doors that allow passenger access to cushioned wide seats.
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