• In 2016 GSP Belgrade, the public transport operator of city of Belgrade, Serbia, was the first public operator which put into commercial operation the Chariot e-bus.
  • GSP issued an International tender which was won by Chariot Motors with the Chariot e-bus.
  • Belgrade launched dedicated electric bus line equipped exclusively with 5 Chariot e-buses. The line has a total length of 7.9 kilometres one-way and 13 bus stops.
  • The dedicated line is called 1E and is connecting central Belgrade (Vukov Spomenik) to Novi Beograd, passing through the city centre.
  • The line is serviced by one 150 kW AC/DC charging station and one 150 kW DC/DC charging station, each located at one of the bus terminals, with charging time of 8 minutes.
  • The average electrical energy consumption of the electric buses running on line EKO 1 in Belgrade is around 1.1 KWh/Km.
  • The Chariot e-buses operated regularly in the temperature range from -14° C in the winter time up to 40° C during the summer.
  • The Chariot e-buses service passengers for 16 hours per day – operational schedule from 5:30 o’clock until 23:00 o’clock, 7days per week.
  • The Chariot e-buses achieved availability of 97.5 % in the course of the first year of operation: a figure unreached by diesel buses, CNG buses and trolleybuses (high reliability of the UC e-buses).
  • The vehicles annual mileage is 62000 km per year per vehicle.