GB Kite Electroliner BEV GB Kite Electroliner BEV
GB Kite Electroliner BEV

It’s time to set new sustainability standards with the newest addition to our fleet. Meet the face of environment friendly transportation – GB Kite Electroliner BEV. It's been fine-tuned to an inch and comes with cutting-edge features like a 2.5-hour charging time. We've become the only company in the UK to offer four zero-emission vehicles to the market, thanks to GB Kite Electroliner BEV. Besides fast charging, the GB Kite Electroliner BEV has a range of up to 300 miles on a single charge, making it an excellent vehicle for intra-urban travel. And with modern amenities and a capacity of 90 passengers, it would be a comfortable ride for the commuters. Furthermore, it has an 86 percent parts commonality with its Double Deck counterpart, which can save operators time and money by reducing fleet maintenance complexity and costs.

Drive into a greener tomorrow with GB Kite

FAST CHARGE TIME
FAST CHARGE TIME

Best in class rapid charge time of just 2.5 hours

IMPROVED AIR QUALITY
IMPROVED AIR QUALITY

With zero-emission buses, cities can now breathe again

BEST IN CLASS RANGE
BEST IN CLASS RANGE

Travel up to 300 miles on full charging

NO KERBSIDE EMISSIONS
NO KERBSIDE EMISSIONS

Drive further, charge faster, and leave no kerbside emissions

SPECIFICATIONS

Maximum Capacity

Depending on length and specification choice, a maximum capacity of up to 90 can be achieved.

VEHICLE ACCESSIBILITY

1 or 2 door option

Wheelchair access with manual or powered ramp

AXLE

Front – ZF RL 82 EC

Rear – ZF AV133

EV CHARGING

CCS2.0 Compliant Combo2 Socket

150kW plug-in or 450kW pantograph

BATTERY SYSTEM

Lithium NMC

340kWh / 454kWh / 567kWh

Charge Time

340kWh – 2 ½ hours @ 150kW

454kWh – 3 hours @ 150kW

567kWh - 3 ½ hours @ 150kW

Up to 450kW Opportunity Charging / Pantograph Charging

The GB Kite is expected to go into production in the first quarter of 2022.

GB Kite Electroliner BEV

In addition to being eco-friendly, electric buses are becoming increasingly efficient. They're already gaining traction in many parts of the globe. In the coming future electric buses will soon replace the traditional fleet across the globe.