Daewoo buses to setup its assembly plant in Pakistan

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Daewoo has announced that it will import modern luxury buses from King Long, beginning in early 2022. Daewoo Pakistan has begun importing 13 million 49-seater buses from the Chinese manufacturer King Long as Complete Built-up Units (CBUs), according to reliable sources.

In a brochure, Daewoo also mentioned that the inside would feature a front VIP cabin and a back economic zone. The interiors of the buses have been designed to promote comfort and elegance.

The buses are low riders with a double windshield design, which means their bodies are closer to the ground for added stability at high speeds. The impact of rapid braking is likewise lessened with a low-riding body.

On July 27, Javed Afridi, a significant MG Pakistan shareholder, said that JW Forland brought the luxury bus experience to Pakistan, adding that 20 of the 50 vehicles had already joined Faisal Movers.

For a long time, Pakistan’s public transportation system has been in desperate need of improvement. These moves are expected to be well received by the public.

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