Oréos 2X

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Oreos 2X
Gépébus Oréos 2X - RNTP 2011-2.JPG
Manufacturer Power Vehicle Innovation
Body and chassis
Doors 1 door
Floor type Low floor
Engine asynchronous
Capacity 22 persons (including 13 seats)
Length 7 243 mm
Width 2 170 mm
Height 2 867 mm
Curb weight 4 100 kg (empty)
6500 kg (GVWR)

The Oreos 2X is a 22-places electric low-floor minibus of the Gepebus line, made by Power Vehicle Innovation. The Oreos 2X is among the first electric transportation vehicles of this kind to be produced in France. Entirely electric, this minibus lowers the environmental impact of transport for local authorities or private actors in need of this kind of vehicle.

Technical characteristics[edit]

  • Maximal speed: more than 70 km/h (43.5 Mph)
  • Range: 120 km (75 mi)[1]
  • Energy recovery rate (during brake or deceleration phases) : around 20%

The Oreos 2X uses lithium-ion batteries which can be reloaded without the use of a battery charger, because this charger is included in the bus.


The Oreos 2X has been designed for the transportation of a maximum number of 22 people, including 13 seated places. The bus can also be equipped with a disabled people access system.


Oreos 2X are running in the public transport network of the cities of Provins (Seine-et-Marne, France) operated by Procars,[2] and in the city of Chevreuse (Yvelines, France), operated by SAVAC.

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