• 22-SEP-2017

La Croisette for the first GX LINIUM


The Community Council of Cannes Pays de Lérins has taken delivery of HEULIEZ BUS’ very first GX LINIUM. This high-level bus was launched on the 22nd September during mobility week, in the presence of:

- David LISNARD, President of the Community Council of Cannes Pay de Lérins, Mayor of Cannes and Vice-President of the Alpes-Maritimes Department
- Richard GALY, Vice-President of the Council in charge of Transport, Mayor of Mougins and Regional Councilor
- Rémy FOYER, Chief Operating Officer - Heuliez Bus

The vehicle will be in operation on the network’s flagship line: the PALM EXPRESS, linking Cannes to Mandelieu - La Napoule.

With this new model, the Community Council of Cannes Pays de Lérins has reaffirmed its confidence in the brand, with nearly 80% of its buses designed and produced in RORTHAIS, in Western France.

GX LINIUM, represents the new generation of HEULIEZ BUS’ high-level range. Aesthetically pleasing and comfortable, it is designed to satisfy the requirements of the service while offering a unique travel experience.

With an exclusive design and distinctive lines, this vehicle responds perfectly to the new expectations of mobility. It features an unprecedented front with a smiling grille, a streamlined body and wheel fairings. These customised details help to enhance the seductive power of the buses.

Large-sized glazed surfaces such as the LUMI'BUS® glass roof and the panoramic bays in the lower part provide incomparable luminosity inside the vehicle and offer passengers a panoramic view of the city.

GX LINIUM takes care of its passengers. The large platform facing the second door, LAMPA'BUS® style indirect lighting, blue LED spotlights, translucent seatbacks and air conditioning enhance the feeling of well-being on board. USB ports offer passengers the ability to charge their mobiles, tablets, MP4 players.

It features a 6.7-liter diesel engine that uses Common Rail technology. This is the FPT Tector 7 engine, which complies with Euro VI regulations with HI-S.C.R (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology and EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) technology developing 210 kW (286 hp).

Rorthais, September 22, 2017