Hyundai Aero City
The Hyundai Aero City or Hyundai Super Aero City and Hyundai New Super Aero City bus and intercity Cityist one, the Hyundai Motor Company produced as a successor to the Hyundai RB series since 1991. Originally it was a badge-engineering model of the Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Star. In 1994, the series was first revised and Hyundai introduced their own items. The Aerocity built the subsidiary Bering Bering engine as Aero City.
Hyundai already since the 1970s collaborated with Mitsubishi Fuso and introduced in South Korea numerous products of Mitsubishi Fuso identical with its own brand emblem ago. Thus, the Mitsubishi Fuso Aero Star Hyundai was also initially built as Aero City. The mid-1990s Hyundai began to dissolve in the area of â€‹â€‹commercial vehicles from Mitsubishi Fuso. Hence the Aerocity received an overhaul, now with numerous components of Hyundai. Likewise, were now own motors used, or built under license by Mitsubishi Fuso engines. In 2001, another facelift of the series with changed front. Furthermore, an additional model, the Super Aero City, specifically introduced as a suburban version. A further revision took place in 2004, the Super Aero City was also available with a longer wheelbase now, and a low-floor technology to lower the bus to the sidewalk to wheelchair users easy access to gain, was introduced. At the same time have since also Allison transmission and ZF Friedrichshafen automatic transmission available in addition to the Mitsubishi Fuso and Hyundai transmissions. After a further revision and presentation of a fuel cell bus based on the Super Aero City this has since been marketed as New Super Aero City.
Hyundai New Super Aero City
Hyundai New Super Aero City fuel cell bus at the Expo 2012
Hyundai Aero City 1994-2001
Hyundai Aero City 2001-2004
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