The commercial relationship between Indcar and Autocars Bonnaffoux-Bremond is renewed. Yes, because the family-run passenger transport company, based in the hinterland of Nice and with more than thirty years of experience in the sector, has once again chosen Indcar vehicles for its fleet. A very young and very rich fleet: the average age is of three years and the range of vehicles runs from 7 to 55 seats, including minivans, minibuses and coaches.

The latest arrival is a Wing, which thus goes further in modernizing a fleet of vehicles that is the envy of many. The CEO Anthony Brémond took care of welcoming it, who on Wednesday, February 8th took delivery of the third Wing tourist bus for the company

The Indcar Wing tourist bus, in detail

Specifically, it is a Wing L 8.5, i.e. 8.5 meters long, with a maximum capacity of thirty seats, powered by a 210 horsepower Euro 6 engine. As for the transmission, it is provided with the ZF Hi-Matic 8-speed automatic gearbox and a Wabco-Ecas air suspension on the rear axle.

All the safety of the Indcar Wing

Safety first, thus the safety systems fitted to the Indcar tourist bus consist of four disc brakes with Abs/Asr (Esp 9 system) Aebs with automatic braking radar, Telma electric retarder coupled to the brake pedal. All features that make Wing a safe and reliable vehicle for the mission profiles of Autocars Bonnaffoux-Brémond, a company that adapts to all transport needs: incoming tourism, business travel, high-end transport, prestige VIPs, sports teams, school and leisure trips, regular itineraries and city tours with open tours vehicles

Indcar Wing, interiors and comfort

Finally, as regards the travel equipment provided, the Spanish coachbuilder’s tourist bus features reclining seats, footrest, magazine racks, USB sockets, refrigerator, video surveillance system, tinted double glazing, air conditioning with individual distribution and, last but not least, a total luggage compartment of 3.10 cubic metres