Lohr’s Cristal in demonstration in Strasbourg

2017.06.22 - Bus & Car (FR)

Self-service or shuttle mode. The 100% electric shuttle, created by Lohr, will operate between Strasbourg Railway Station and Strasbourg Wacken Exhibition Center from June 20th to June 22d, as part of the ITS European Congress (Intelligent Transport Systems).

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Cristal on the road

2017.06.20 - DNA (FR)

Versatile, modular and clean systems are the future of urban mobilities. This is the ambition of Lohr's Cristal, whose first unit performed its inaugural trip this Monday in Strasbourg.

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Electric rental cars could replace empty buses

2017.06.19 - RTL (FR)

A unique transportation method will be presented in Strasbourg on Monday, June 19th. It consists of small electric cars, which can be coupled together to form big shuttles with a capacity of 80 people.

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The economical electric axle

2016.10.18 – DNA (FR)

Yesterday, Lohr and Solaris with the CTS presented a prototype hybrid bus running on natural gas and electricity which has been operating for a few days now on line 15. The experiment will confirm (or not) a target to reduce greenhouse gas emission by 25%.

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Lohr and Strasbourg inaugurate a bus with its motor…in the wheel

2016.10.18 – Environnement Magazine (FR)

Since mid-October 2016, Strasbourg has been operating a bus which runs on natural gas and has a wheel motor. Dubbed Boreal and operated by the Compagnie des transports strasbourgeois (CTS) on a regular line, this bus is the result of a project by the manufacturer Lohr Industrie.

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Bas-Rhin. Lohr is testing an electric axle on buses

2016.10.18 – Le journal des Entreprises (FR)

The company based in Hangenbieten (Bas-Rhin) is trying out an electric axle on buses in Strasbourg. Dubbed Boreal, it should make it possible to reduce atmospheric pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.

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The CTS is testing the Lohr Industrie Boreal hybrid bus

2016.10.18 – L’Alsace (FR)

For nine months, the Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeois (CTS) will be testing a bus fitted with electric motors in its wheels mounted on an axle manufactured at Duppigheim in order to confirm its energy and technical performances.

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