Godiva Travel of Coventry has added a further AOS Grand Toro midicoach to its fleet, supplied by EVM. It is a 37-seater with each position finished in leather and with three-point belts, and follows a previous example delivered in 2023.
The vehicle has a Cummins B4.5 engine mounted behind the front axle coupled to an Allison six-speed automatic gearbox. As a result of that driveline placement, a large boot is provided. Side lockers permit further luggage storage.
A roof-mounted air-conditioning unit is fitted, and it is complemented by perimeter radiators and a 16kW Webasto pre-heater. Windows are double-glazed and tinted, while the signalling window and the windscreen sunblind are both powered.
Overhead luggage racks are equipped with passenger service units, while decorative pleated curtains are also part of the specification. The midicoach comes with a multimedia package including a radio, DVD player and various auxiliary inputs, complemented by a PA system and a reversing camera.
USB charging points are provided, and wood-effect flooring is part of the interior. The Grand Toro has been finished in the navy blue livery of Godiva Travel and it has chrome wheel trims.
EVM provides a two-year/200,000km warranty conversion on the model, which sits next to the larger and rear-engined Visigo in its AOS-branded range.