Temsa HD12RHD

The Temsa HD12RHD is a coach bus model that is designed for long-distance and intercity transportation.

Other notable features of the Temsa HD12RHD include a 6-speed automatic transmission, air suspension, power steering, air conditioning, and reclining seats with footrests and armrests. It also has various safety features such as ABS, electronic stability control, and lane departure warning.

Assembly: Adana (Turkey)

Years of production: 2014—

Capacity: 57 passengers

Engine: Cummins ISL turbo

Engine specs: 6 cylinders; 8,900 cc

Power: 345 HP

Max speed: 99 km/h

Weight: 11,760 kg

TEMSA Skoda Sabancı Ulaşım Araçları A.Ş. is a manufacturer of buses, midibuses, and light-trucks. As of 2020, it is operating under the partnership of Sabancı Holding and PPF Group (Škoda Transportation).

At the TEMSA Adana plant, which is established on an area of 500,000 m², a total of 11,500 vehicles are produced annually, including 4,000 buses, midibuses, and 7,500 light trucks, with 1,400 employees.

Some of the TEMSA buses were included in Bus Driver (video game) which was made by SCS Software in 2007.

TEMSA (Termo-Mekanik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş./ Thermo-mechanics Industry and Trade Incorporated) was founded in 1968 by Sabancı Holding to supply steel to the construction industry. Manufacturing of coaches began in 1984 with licensing and distribution agreements from Mitsubishi Motors. Service bus products were introduced in 1987.

The products have their own bodywork and include Mitsubishi Fuso, MAN, DAF, Cummins and Caterpillar engines and parts that meet the European emission standards (Euro4, Euro5).

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