Berlin, Sept 05 : The AutoTram Extra Grand debuted in Germany as the longest bus in the world. The bus developed by the boffins of the Fraunhofer Institute for Traffic and Infrastructure Systems, it is nearly 101 feet long, has four steering axles and can carry 256 passengers. According to the Daily Mail, the big bendy bus premiered in the eastern city of Dresden this week where it will soon roll into service. The vehicle costs about 10 million dollars per bus. The bus has come as good news for environmentalists as it can run for long stretches on electric power.
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World's longest bus: Debuted in Germany, the megabus AutoTram Extra Grand is nearly 101ft long and can carry 256 passengers.
Already orders: Made in Germany, the new bendy bus has already been ordered by Chinese cities Shanghai and Beijing.
German trial: This week the vehicle debuted in Dresden and will be part of the local transport on a trial basis.
Combines transport: The bus combines the passenger capacity of a small train and the maneouverability of a bus.....
wow amazing bus
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