Czech bus manufacturer Torsus has just released news on its most rugged to date. Named the Praetorian, after the imperial bodyguards of Rome, the school bus can accommodate 35 passengers and is powered by a 6.9-liter, 6-cylinder diesel engine that puts out 286 horsepower and 1,150 Nm torque.
What sets this apart from typical school buses is its 400mm chassis-to-axle clearance, its 900mm wading depth, LED light bars, front locking differential, and chunky off-road tires. While there’s no official pricing for this school bus version, a similar build on Torsus’ site is priced at €170,000 EUR (approximately $199,000 USD). Head over to the to learn more.
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