Solaris Bus & Coach signed a contract with the municipal transport company EMT Fuenlabrada SA for the supply of four Urbino 12 electric buses along with the charging infrastructure. The value of the order, concluded as a result of a tender, stands at over €2m. The zero-emission buses will be delivered to Fuenlabrada in the first half of 2023. The 12-metre Solaris e-buses will carry over 70 passengers, including 21 people seated. The inhabitants of Fuenlabrada will certainly appreciate the comfort and safety of everyday travel due to the buses being equipped with air-conditioning in the passenger compartment boasting modern anti-virus filters.The Spanish carrier, in charge of public transport in the almost 200,000-strong city of Fuenlabrada, has opted for Solaris Urbino 12 electric buses equipped with 240 kW traction motors and High Energy batteries with a total power of over 400 kWh. What is more, the Solaris e-buses will feature a modern driver assistance system, i. e. MobilEye Shield+, which allows blind spots to be eliminated. With the help of cameras placed around the vehicle, the driver is alerted every time an unexpected object is detected in the vicinity (at least 80 cm) of the bus. This is particularly handy in city centres where there are a multitude of traffic participants in a confined area.Fuenlabrada has now joined a select group of almost 30 towns and cities in Spain that are developing modern public transport and deploying Solaris vehicles. Four state-of-the-art Urbino 12 electric buses will strengthen Fuenlabrada’s fleet not later than by May 2023.