Neoplan USA N416A

From CPTDB Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Neoplan USA N416A
Year of manufacture 1981
Length 35 or 40 feet
Width 102 inches
Power/Fuel Diesel

The Neoplan USA N416A was a high-floor transit bus sold in the United States. It was Neoplan's "New Look" offering, referencing the traditional and more utilitarian buses produced in the 1960's. By the end of the 1970's, transit agencies were issuing specifications for Advanced Design Buses (ADB) as defined by the Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA).[1] These buses were the General Motors RTS and the Grumman Flxible 870. Neoplan's ADB offering was the Transliner, which would eventually become their sole transit offering.

Specifications

Operators

United States Flag of the United States.png

Demonstrator and Engineering Units

Fleet
Number
Thumbnail Build
Date
VIN Model Engine Transmission Notes
? 1981 ? N416-40 Detroit Diesel 8V71T Allison
  • Prototype?/demonstrator
  • It was eventually sold to Lietzke Studio Rentals in Sun Valley, CA and was used as a movie bus. (Lic. plate: 2YJF465)[2][3][4] It was kept & or used as late as 2012.[5]
    • Its disposition remains unknown, but it may have been scrapped.

References

  1. Transit Bus Manufacturer Profiles, United States, 1982.
  2. www.flickr.com
  3. www.ebay.com
  4. www.imcdb.org
  5. lietzkes.com (City Transits tab)