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ASIARAY-2 - Alexander Dennis Enviro500NG
Kowloon Motor Bus
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The model - details of this model were received in August 2023 thanks to Jacky Ho. It is a specially commissioned model marking the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Community Party. This event took place in June/July 2021 and it is assumed the model was issued at that time. It is the second model to be commissioned by Asiaray, the previous one being a Christmas advertising model, offered as a prize in a competition in late 2021 (ASIARAY-1).  If you are able to provide any further details of this model, do please e-mail me.

The busIn November 2012, Alexander Dennis unveiled its 'new-generation', three-axle Enviro500 double deck, and announced advance orders for more than 530. The stylish, new-look vehicle is lighter, more fuel-efficient and can carry 90 seated passengers. It is designed specifically for the Asia Pacific market with all of Hong Kong's franchised operators taking significant orders. 
 
Kowloon Motor Bus received 802 such examples, allocating them to the ATENU class and becoming the company's largest ever vehicle type. ATENU1 was first registered on 23rd April 2013 and ATENU802 being registered on 23rd November 2015. Subsequent deliveries were of the 'facelift' version, although still carrying the ATENU classification.
    
 Manufacturer of model  Unknown
 Scale  1:76
 Prototype chassis  Alexander Dennis Enviro500NG
 Prototype bodywork  - 
 Prototype length  12 metre
 Fleet number  ATENU394
 Registration number  TC9626
 Route number  1A
 Destination  Asiaray
 Quantity  no certificate
 Date released - Hong Kong  believed to be mid 2021

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Sister vehicle ATENU469 (TG2303) is pictured above on 1st July 2021 carrying the same livery.
  

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