Every city is different, so the Arrival Bus can be tailored to local needs. Modular design enables configuration of length, range and capacity. The Arrival Bus is changing public transport for everyone. A bus made for passengers, drivers, fleet operators, cleaning staff, pedestrians, cyclists and urban residents too.
Every interaction has been thoughtfully designed. Riders can request a stop or receive real-time updates through their smartphone. Wrap-around LED screens display route and seating information.
And the panoramic glass roof lets in natural light to enhance the space.
Reduced complexity throughout the Bus enables more effortless maintenance. A fully flat floor, cantilever ‘floating’ seats, and seamless surfaces allow quick and easy cleaning.
The Arrival Van
Designed using a modular architecture, the Arrival Van can be configured based on battery capacity, height, length, and load space – tailored to specific commercial requirements.
Engineered for efficiency
The Arrival Van has been engineered to maximise space, for best-in-class payload and volume capacity. Each van carries more for less, reducing fleet and depot size. In addition, Arrival’s digital ecosystem enhances performance – calculating energy usage, range and vehicle efficiency based on load.
The commercial van market will exceed 2 million vehicles by 2025 due to demand for same-day delivery. A move to Arrival’s zero-emission vehicles preserves the air quality and protects citizens in urban areas where delivery demand is highest.
HMI Touchscreen Next to Driver Controls in Van Cabin
Each Arrival vehicle is connected, makes informed decisions based on situational awareness and communicates directly with the world around it.
A suite of mobility tools
From fleet management tools to drivers’ apps and vehicle interfaces – all our digital products work to sharpen efficiency by providing commercial operators, drivers, and service personnel with the most advanced digital solutions.
Information transfer enhance existing infrastructure and improve the transportation experience. The information generated these vehicles enables to automate routes and schedules, run shared mobility solutions, and increase the efficiency of depots and charging facilities.
The Green Factor