Viator from Atlas Auto – the latest Mini-Coach from EVM Direct


*Developed for comfort, functionality and style with passengers at the heart of every decision

Altas Auto is presenting EVM Direct with the second generation facelifted Viator mini-coach as a first for the UK and Irish marketplaces. Based on the Iveco Daily chassis and drivetrain, the Viator now benefits from a more powerful engine, improved driver’s cabin, and exterior design are the key improvements for the company’s flagship model. The new 3.0 litre Euro6 diesel boasts 210hp, so the mini-coach is more dynamic than ever. Every model features air suspension, Telma retarder and 8-speed Hi-Matic ZF auto box, and highly efficient air conditioning with the power of 18kW and heating system with 12kW of power.

Modifications to the Viator’s exterior include: full LED headlights and LED fog lights while the rear light cluster has also been updated. The interior has been refreshed too with a redesigned steering wheel together with some other improvements to ensure superior comfort and better user experience.

Other specification information includes:

  • Luggage compartment at rear is 2.8m³while on each side there is up to 1 m³ storage space
  • Optimal length of 8.5 metres.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight is 7200kg.

The first-right hand drive Viator models are already on the way to the UK and Ireland. Kilbeggan, County Westmeath based EVM Direct,  Altas’ long term partner in the UK and Ireland –  is ready to answer all questions about this exclusive mini-coach which the company believes will be a welcome addition to its already well established product line up.

Altas Auto is a Lithuanian minibus and mini-coach manufacturer, established in 2002. Minibuses were always the company’s strategic priority, but since 2016 it started to develop the idea of entering the midi-coach market with the development of the Viator, offering optimal layouts of 25 to 29 seats + guide and driver and the latest edition of the PSVAR compliant option.

The new Atlas Viator from EVM will feature prominently in the next edition of Fleet Bus & Coach magazine.

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