World’s Biggest Bus

These are the incredible photos of the 10 million dollar machine which has smashed records to become the worlds biggest bus, spanning a whopping 30 meters in length. The behemoth vehicle can fit up to 256 passengers inside and has just been unveiled in Dresden, Germany. Staggeringly no special licence is required to drive the mechanical monster, thanks to a unique computer steering system which keeps the length of the bus precisely in line with the front carriage.

These are the incredible photos of the 10 million dollar machine which has smashed records to become the worlds biggest bus, spanning a whopping 30 meters in length. The behemoth vehicle can fit up to 256 passengers inside and has just been unveiled in Dresden, Germany. Staggeringly no special licence is required to drive the mechanical monster, thanks to a unique computer steering system which keeps the length of the bus precisely in line with the front carriage.

These are the incredible photos of the 10 million dollar machine which has smashed records to become the worlds biggest bus, spanning a whopping 30 meters in length. The behemoth vehicle can fit up to 256 passengers inside and has just been unveiled in Dresden, Germany. Staggeringly no special licence is required to drive the mechanical monster, thanks to a unique computer steering system which keeps the length of the bus precisely in line with the front carriage.

These are the incredible photos of the 10 million dollar machine which has smashed records to become the worlds biggest bus, spanning a whopping 30 meters in length. The behemoth vehicle can fit up to 256 passengers inside and has just been unveiled in Dresden, Germany. Staggeringly no special licence is required to drive the mechanical monster, thanks to a unique computer steering system which keeps the length of the bus precisely in line with the front carriage.

These are the incredible photos of the 10 million dollar machine which has smashed records to become the worlds biggest bus, spanning a whopping 30 meters in length. The behemoth vehicle can fit up to 256 passengers inside and has just been unveiled in Dresden, Germany. Staggeringly no special licence is required to drive the mechanical monster, thanks to a unique computer steering system which keeps the length of the bus precisely in line with the front carriage.