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Golden Dragon’s Polestar Bus Makes its Debut at Macao Auto Show

2020-11-05    Source:www.chinabuses.org
Summarize:Golden Dragon, as one of the leading bus makers in China, brought its Polestar and Kast electric buses on display. As a highly modularized product, Polestar is connected with the internet and represents the development trend for the bus industry.

On October 30, the 10th China (Macao) International Automobile Exhibition (hereafter referred to as Macao Auto Show) officially kicked off at Venetian Golden Light Exhibition Center in Macao. With a total exhibition area of 65,000 square meters, this year’s exhibition has attracted nearly 400 auto brands. In the meantime, nearly 20 professional forums and cultural events were held.

Golden Dragon, as one of the leading bus makers in China, brought its Polestar and Kast electric buses on display. As a highly modularized product, Polestar is connected with the internet and represents the development trend for the bus industry. With more flexible space for both passenger transportation and logistic services, higher integration of people and vehicles, Polestar has fundamentally changed people’s perception of buses and is readily able to meet varied needs of customers.

After making full consideration of the changing passenger flows in Macao and the short distance between the city’s international airport and casinos, Golden Dragon’s Polestar bus is able to put luggage racks of different sizes on board and convert itself into a vehicle with different functional areas. Through open-close switches, it can have more passenger area in rush hours and have logistic service area at other hours of the day.

Apart from supplying its global customers with high-quality new energy buses & coaches, Golden Dragon also helps them design new bus routes, build bus terminals and provide timely after-sales services.

As the COVID-19 has already been brought under control in China, Macao has gradually seen a trend of recovery in its tourism industry. During the eight-day National Day holiday, the city has witnessed a surge of tourists from mainland China, which has greatly restored people’s confidence in the continued growth of the city’s tourism industry.
 

Editor:Isabella

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