The Scania K-series is a series of chassis in Scania's city bus and coach range with longitudinally, straight-up mounted engine at the rear, replacing the K- (K94, K114, K124) and L-type (L94) chassis of the 4-series. The K-series was first presented on Busworld 2005 in Kortrijk, Belgium and models were available from 2006.
The K310UD is essentially the double-deck city bus version of the K-Series chassis, with a 310hp engine.
SBS Transit currently operates only one demonstrator unit of the K310UD.
In 2008, SBS Transit received a K310UD demonstrator unit bodied by Gemilang Coachwork. It featured the first double-deck body developed by Gemilang, and the overall interior design is similar to the K230UB single deckers that were bodied by Gemilang.
|Vehicle bodywork||Gemilang Coachwork|
|Vehicle bodywork assembler|
|Period of registration||26 Mar 2010|
|Passenger capacity||Seating (Upper deck): 55|
Seating (Lower deck): 28
Wheelchair bay: 1
|Engine model||Scania DC9 18 310 (Inline 5-cylinder, turbocharged)|
|Engine capacity||8867 cc|
|Emission standard||Euro IV|
|Transmission model||ZF Ecomat II 6HP 602CN|
|Power/torque||310 hp (228 kW) @ 1800 rpm / 1550 Nm @ 1100 - 1350 rpm|
|Air-Con Model||Carrier Sütrak|
|EDS controller model||Hanover Eric+|
|Seat model||Kiel Centra|
|Door model||SMC Transit|