Wright Solar

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Wright Solar
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Overview
Manufacturer Wrightbus
Production 2000 - 2009
Assembly Ballymena, Northern Ireland
Body and chassis
Doors 1
Floor type Low entry
Chassis Scania L94UB
Scania K UB
Related Wright Solar Fusion
Powertrain
Engine Scania
Transmission ZF Friedrichshafen
Dimensions
Length 11.95 metres
Width 2.50 metres
Height 3.00 metres
Chronology
Predecessor Wright Axcess-Floline

The Wright Solar was a low entry single-decker bus body built on Scania L94UB and Scania K UB chassis by Wrightbus between 2000 and 2009. The Wright Solar Fusion was an articulated version.

In 2008, Wrightbus also built the Solar Rural on Scania K-series chassis for use on rural routes. Most of the buses are fitted with the same design of the Eclipse and the Pulsars. A common design is that it has a one-piece windscreen covering the destination display with an arched top together with the roof.

Of the 671 produced, Ulsterbus purchased 198 and Trentbarton 64.[1]

References

  1. ^ Wright Solar Bus Lists on the Web

External links

Media related to Wright Solar at Wikimedia Commons
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