Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing (IVM) presented the IVM 6110A, a CNG-powered bus that “is making remarkable progress in the realm of green energy vehicles.” With a carrying capacity of 100 passengers – 55 seated and 45 standing, this bus is designed to handle the hustle and bustle of city commuting while providing the utmost comfort to its passengers, according to Innoson.
At the heart of the IVM 6110A lies the 8.3L Cummins Engine EQC300, a dual fuel engine that can run on both diesel and CNG. This feature gives the vehicle the advantage of cleaner emissions, lower fuel costs, and extended engine life.
The luxury seats installed in the bus add an element of comfort that sets it apart from the usual public transportation. They are designed to ensure that even the longest commutes will not compromise the comfort of the passengers. This level of luxury is further augmented by a fully air-conditioned interior, offering passengers a refuge from the heat outside.
A significant aspect of the IVM 6110A’s design is the inclusion of front and rear automated doors. This functionality not only provides convenience and efficiency but also enhances safety by reducing the chance of passenger mishaps during ingress and egress.
Further enhancing passenger experience, the vehicle comes with a built-in multimedia system. This feature allows passengers to enjoy audio-visual content during their ride, making the journey as enjoyable as the destination.
Ensuring the safety of its passengers and drivers alike, the IVM 6110A is equipped with a reverse alarm switch. This feature alerts pedestrians and other road users when the bus is backing up, thereby reducing the likelihood of accidents. Complementing this is an Air Braking System (ABS) that provides more control and stability to the bus, especially during sudden stops, making it a safer choice for all kinds of road conditions.