List of electric bus makers lists makers of battery-powered all-electric buses. Makers of trolleybuses are listed separately at List of trolleybus manufacturers.

Current

AVASS Matilda full electric city bus with a range of up to 600 km[1] on a single charge
Eurabus 2.0 – 18-meter articulated bus
The BYD K9 all-electric bus allegedly has the longest drive range of 250 km (155 miles) on one single charge under urban road conditions.[2][3]
EPV EcoSmart
Gépébus Oreos 4X
Battery-powered Mercedes-Benz Citaro in Aachen, Germany
A fleet of eight Tecnobus Gulliver has been operated from 2008 to 2015[4] by the Réseau de transport de la Capitale, in Québec City.
VinBus from Vietnam

See also

References

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