Dutch Superbus is now be found to be suitable for road riding.
The urbanization around the world has only increased the pressure to move people efficiently. Dutch astronaut Dr. Wubbo Ockels and his team developped the electric-powered Superbus. The vehicle has electric motors with a cruise speed of 250 kilometers per hour possible. The ‘aerodynamic superstreched limousine’ 15 meter/49 feet long, 2.5 meter/8.2 feet wide and 1.60 meters high is developed based on aerospace and Formula 1 technology.
The Superbus developed by Delft University will use public roads or dedicated lanes to haul up to 30 passengers in carbon-fiber swaddled safety. While the technology would match that from advanced electric cars, the Superbus real Dutch treat is inside, where passengers will get the creature comforts of a first-class airplane seat with televisions and Internet access.
Superbus has now be found suitable for road riding. The Dutch minister of Infrastructure and Environment presented the registration and license plate Tuesday at Delft University. Watch also: The S3 Superbus was in in the Dutch city of Groningen.