This interesting concept of eco bus “Credo E-Bone” was designed by Hungarian designer Peter Simon. This zero-emission bus runs on hydrogen fuel cells and lithium batteries to add sustainability to the public transportation. Powered by four in-wheel electric motors “Credo E-Bone” carries its power sources on its roof. The shell of the bus has been made from lightweight composite plastic that resembles a skeleton structure. Such lightweight construction makes the concept energy-efficient. Hope soon such eco bus will be significant part in eco travel.
I like the eco-friendly, modern design. I would love to ride in a public transport like this.
Es lo mas feo que he visto nunca
It looks like a roach with wheels
wow….its amazing….how much price ??? lol
a very nice futuristic buses
OMG its ***** cool is this already Done or upcoming design…???
Looks very little! I think it should be larger. Design is superb!
Hydrogen and such as fuels doesn’t mean it’s sustainable, as if there’s free hydrogen lying around. Now give me a full estimation on the joules per mile it gets, taking into all the work done in any form to give it the fuels and factoring in its on site efficiency.
def looks like bug
Looks great from outside but don’t have much seatinv capacity inside.
Gigantic Bug! Love it
It’s smart concept, Congrat!