Representing Anadolu Isuzu’s innovative design philosophy, the Grand Toro and the Interlinerwon praise in an international organization. The Interliner 13 CNG and the Grand Toro brought home awards from the international BIG SEE Awards 2021 staged every year to systematically explore and encourage creativity and business potential across Europe. With brands recognized in six categories, the Grand Toro and the Interliner were awarded under the Mobility heading in the Product Design category.
The Grand Toro and the Interliner had already been awarded in the Italy-based design competition A’ Design Award last year even before they set out on the road. Designed by Anadolu Isuzu’s R&D engineers, the Grand Toro had won a Silver A’Design Award while the Interlinerhad become the winner of a Gold A' Design Award.The environmentally friendly Interlinerwith its CNG motor also made the finals this year in the Bus of the Year category in the Sustainable Bus Awards, one of the most prestigious events in the international commercial vehicle sector.
Representatives of Anadolu Isuzu’s new design idiom
Designed as an economical and green solution for shuttle and school bus operations, the 13-meter-long Interliner stands out as one of Anadolu Isuzu’s vehicles sporting a digital, sharp, confidence-inspiring look which is the hallmark of the brand’s new approach to style which is reinforced by a dynamic body, an aerodynamic CNG cover, and a new instrument cluster. The Interliner offers maximum comfort and ergonomic space to the driver and passengers alike.
Designed for short-haul shuttle, tour, and airport operations, the 8.5-meter-long Grand TorodisplaysAnadolu Isuzu’s new design idiom. With three side doors to facilitate baggage handling and to make the baggage compartment more accessible, the Grand Toro boasts the largest cargo capacity among the Anadolu Isuzu vehicles in the midibus segment with low fuel consumption to boot.
The BIG SEE Awards contribute to promoting unique and original design achievements worldwide in architecture, interiors, wood, travel, products and fashion. Brands are evaluated in six main categories, namely Product Design, Fashion Design, Architecture, Interior Design, Wood Design, Tourism Design.