Temsa unveils redesigned TS30 at 2021 UMA EXPO 

Temsa unveiled the new TS30 — a redesigned 34-passenger motorcoach — at the 2021 UMA Motorcoach EXPO in Orlando.

The interior is designed with wide and comfortable seats, ample legroom, and distinctive flooring patterns and color options.

Temsa CEO Tolga Kaan Doğancıoğlu was on hand for the unveiling, along with Temsa North America Country Director Fatih Kozan.

“We are proud of having arrived at a successful point in a challenging market like the U.S.,” said Doğancıoğlu in a statement. “Besides, it is an important factor in identifying new targets for the forthcoming period. We have so far undersigned great achievements through the contribution of having analyzed the market and determined the needs in an accurate fashion.”

Electric vehicles hitting the road

He added that the Turkish company’s electric vehicles, along with all their technology, will soon hit the roads in different parts of the U.S., particularly Silicon Valley.

TEMSA CEO Tolga Kaan Doğancıoğlu and TEMSA North America Country Director Fatih Kozan, on the right, at the 2021 UMA Motorcoach EXPO.

‘In the forthcoming period, we aim to write greater success stories, especially in the North American market, through the new partnership of PPF and Skoda Transportation,” Doğancıoğlu said.

With more than 15,000 vehicles in 66 countries, Temas is reinforcing its position in the U.S. after entering the market in 2010. The bus and coach manufacturer continues to operate through the Temsa North America (TNA) Co., founded in 2018. 

U.S. as growth accelerator

Temsa considers the North American market one of its growth accelerators in the future and has plans for introducing the TS45 Electric Bus, which was recently developed specifically for the U.S. market. 

2021 UMA Motorcoach EXPO attendees check out the redesigned Temsa TS30.

As EXPO celebrates UMA’s 50th year in Orlando this week by reuniting the industry, Kozan said it was the perfect time to showcase the company’s latest innovation, which brings together design and technology.

“Our TS30 vehicle has been the No. 1 choice of transport companies providing services with high-quality standards in the market. It’s a high-end product that has never been seen in the travel/motorcoach segment,” Kozan said in a statement. 

“Our model, which we have enriched through new equipment, has gained the appreciation of all operators. We believe that we will bring our sales performance in the market to higher levels, thanks to our new product that stands out with its sturdiness and low operational cost.”


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