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This company created an 'anti-coronavirus' seating arrangement for its award-winning off-road buses – see how

Business Insider Logo By bchang@businessinsider.com (Brittany Chang) of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 10: Torsus created an "Anti-COVID-19" seating configuration for its four-by-four off-road bus.The new seating arrangement removes a row of seats on either side of the 37-seater vehicle for increased social distancing.Each seat sits inside of a plastic pod for more protection. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Torsus created an "Anti-COVID-19" seating configuration for its Praetorian four-by-four bus to meet social distancing recommendations.Czech Republic-based Torsus specializes in creating off-road buses for heavy-duty use, whether it be for mining, rescue missions, overlanding, or even tourism. The company currently has two buses in its lineup, the Terrastorm and the Praetorian, the latter of which can be retroactively fitted with the anti-coronavirus seating arrangement for safer travels and work, depending on the bus's use. The 28.5-foot long, 8.3-foot wide bus sits on a 13.8-foot wheelbase, allowing the Praetorian to accommodate up to 37 people. However, with this new seating package in place, over half of the seats will be removed to make room for a physically distanced arrangement.According to Torsus, the new seating package was designed for the company's clients that still use its vehicles for work in "multiple industries such as mining" despite the pandemic raging on, creating the need for a safer worksite and, consequently, transportation method.Read the original article on Business Insider

This company created an 'anti-coronavirus' seating arrangement for its award-winning off-road buses – see how

  • Torsus created an "Anti-COVID-19" seating configuration for its four-by-four off-road bus.
  • The new seating arrangement removes a row of seats on either side of the 37-seater vehicle for increased social distancing.
  • Each seat sits inside of a plastic pod for more protection. 
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Torsus created an "Anti-COVID-19" seating configuration for its Praetorian four-by-four bus to meet social distancing recommendations.

Czech Republic-based Torsus specializes in creating off-road buses for heavy-duty use, whether it be for mining, rescue missions, overlanding, or even tourism. The company currently has two buses in its lineup, the Terrastorm and the Praetorian, the latter of which can be retroactively fitted with the anti-coronavirus seating arrangement for safer travels and work, depending on the bus's use.

 The 28.5-foot long, 8.3-foot wide bus sits on a 13.8-foot wheelbase, allowing the Praetorian to accommodate up to 37 people. However, with this new seating package in place, over half of the seats will be removed to make room for a physically distanced arrangement.

According to Torsus, the new seating package was designed for the company's clients that still use its vehicles for work in "multiple industries such as mining" despite the pandemic raging on, creating the need for a safer worksite and, consequently, transportation method.

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