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Wave Industries Limited

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Room 1.2 National Transport Design Centre
Swift Road
COVENTRY
West Midlands
CV1 2TT
United Kingdom

Switchboard: 07766 748598

Sector: Automotive
Sub-Sector: Vehicle manufacturer

Wave Industries is a new British manufacturer of Buses and charging infrastructure based in Coventry UK. Wave technology is well proven with over 4500 electric vehicles on the road throughout Europe today. Wave and its technology partners have been involved in the development and manufacture of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure for over 50 years. Wave design, manufacture, install, set up, and prove out a complete latest generation system, from vehicle through to charging infrastructure. This is supported by a well-established and experienced service and maintenance regime that already operates across Europe. Current models available to the UK market today include the low floor 300 and 400 series range of busses which can be ordered in various configurations from 9.5 through to 18.5 metres. The 300 and 400 series busses have different driver cabin arrangements, in particular the 400 series has a fully enclosed driver compartment. Both 300 and 400 series are available with multiple door and seating options and offer a daily range of up to 250 miles. All buses have accessibility seating for wheelchair/pram, preferential seating, and accessibility ramps. There is innovative additional functionality such as rear wheel steer as an option on the E490 platform. Wave can also offer the 300 and 400 series architectures as trolley buses with ‘off grid’ running capability if required, and are also looking to bring the 600 and 800 tram/light rail series to the UK market.


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