• Stuttgart / Gothenburg, Nov 17, 2020 - Following extensive tests the extra-large CapaCity L articulated bus from Mercedes-Benz has been approved for operations in local public transport in Gothenburg (Sweden).
  • Stuttgart, Mar 8, 2016 - In 2015, Daimler Buses increased its earnings by nine percent to€ 214 million (PY € 197 million) despite the massive market decline inBrazil. These earnings include expenses from the restructuring of theDaimler Group’s dealer network as well as income that resulted from thesale of the investment in New MCI Holdings Inc. in the US. Return on salesincreased to 5.2% (PY 4.7%). Daimler Buses is thus benchmark in the busbusiness.
  • Stuttgart / Mannheim, Apr 24, 2015 - Large-capacity bus rather than mega-tailback, a whispering gas engine, an outlook on the intelligent electric drive systems of tomorrow and an app already giving a free choice between all means of transport today – at the UITP Congress, the world congress for transport operators, Daimler is presenting itself as a full-line provider of mobility. Transport operators from all over the world will be in Milan from 8 to 10 June to keep abreast of developments – Daimler is offering cities and businesses tailor-made solutions to transport problems.
  • Stuttgart / Mannheim , Dec 1, 2014 - Truly a big deal: in its standard version, the new Mercedes-Benz CapaCity L can accommodate up to 191 passengers. Developed for exceptionally busy routes in congested urban areas, this large-capacity articulated bus is great in many respects. It offers great manoeuvrability, for despite its exceptional length of 21 m the CapaCity L is amazingly agile. And the new CapaCity L is great in extreme driving situations, too: with its new Articulation Turntable Controller (ATC) and its ingeniously steered fourth axle, it sets the benchmark for safety and handling.
  • Stuttgart/Mannheim , Dec 1, 2014 - It is an imposing 21 m long and provides space for up to 191 passengers as standard. It consumes well below 0.5 l/100 km per passenger and has only minimal emissions: The CapaCity L high-capacity articulated bus makes an important contribution towards counteracting the transport problems in inner cities.
  • Stuttgart/Granada, Jul 16, 2014 - Lìnea de Alta Capacidad (LAC) – Route with high capacity – is what the Spaniards call their new BRT route in Granada. Based on 15 Mercedes-Benz CapaCity model large-capacity buses Granada has created a new high-performance transport system for the city centre traffic.
  • Kortrijk, Oct 20, 2009 - Mercedes-Benz Buses is presenting numerous new products at the Busworld fair, Europe’s largest fair dedicated to buses and coaches, which will be held in Kortrijk/Belgium from 16 - 21 October. In Hall 5 and the outside display area, a larger number of buses and coaches will demonstrate the great innovative strength and product diversity of Mercedes-Benz as a full-line supplier.
  • Stuttgart, Jan 30, 2009 - The Metrobus project of the Istanbul administration authority was recently given an award during the presentation of the Sustainable Transport Awards in Washington D.C. This award is presented to projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the quality of life in the inner areas of major cities worldwide.
  • Stuttgart, Jan 19, 2009 - On 28 November 2008, Omnibus Groß GmbH, based in the town of Rottenburg am Neckar, became the first private bus and coach company in Germany to put the Mercedes-Benz CapaCity high-capacity bus into service. "This highly symbolic move by a private company unquestionably marks the start of an era of innovative local public transport for the town of Tübingen and its neighbouring boroughs", said ministerial head of department Klaus Tappeser at the official presentation.
  • Istanbul/Mannheim, Dec 18, 2008 - The Turkish transport operator Istanbul Elektrik Tramvay ve Tünel Isletmeleri (IETT) and the Daimler subsidiary EvoBus GmbH have concluded another contract for the supply of 100 Mercedes-Benz CapaCity buses for the city of Istanbul. IETT had already ordered the first 50 CapaCity buses in mid-2007, and a further 100 buses soon followed during the current year.