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Ankai HFF6182G02D prototype
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No: 11000   Contributor: Samuel   Year: 2013   Manufacturer: Other   Country: China
Ankai HFF6182G02D prototype

The one-off prototype Ankai HFF6182G02D on route No.300 express outer circle,Beijing.
The Ankai HFF6182G02D is a mid-engine,mid-wheel drive 18-meter low-floor articulated city bus from Anhui Ankai Automobile Co.Ltd.,China,was made in 2010,and running on route No.300 express outer circle since 2011.The Ankai HFF6182G02D is only one mid-engined city bus in Beijing.It's uses a Euro-5 Yuchai YC6L310-50 8.4-liter inline-6 turbodiesel engine,produce 228Kw(310PS)and 1150 Nm of torque.The gearbox is a ZF Ecolife 6AP1200B 6-speed auto.
Picture added on 30 May 2013 at 13:21
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