A report on MCV EvoraMCV Evolution and TrawsCymru

An Evora on a B8RLE classis, owned by JJ Kavanagh and Sons
On the final day of Evolution operation in London, Metroline's DM965 is seen at West Middlesex University Hospital on the 3rd of September 2021
Bakers Dolphin MCV Evolution bodied MAN 14.240 at Weston-super-Mare station in August 2012
Kowloon Motor Bus MCV Evolution bodied Volvo B7RLE in Hong Kong in August 2015
Webberbus MCV Evolution 2 bodied Volvo B7RLE in Burnham-on-Sea in May 2014
Webberbus MCV Evolution 2 bodied Volvo B7RLE in Burnham-on-Sea in May 2014
The rear of Metroline's DM965, September 2021
The interior of Metroline's DM965, September 2021
The interior of Metroline's DM965, September 2021

The MCV Evora (stylised as eVoRa; internal designation: MCV C123) is a single-decker bus bodywork produced by Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles (MCV) since 2018, as the successor to the MCV Evolution.

- MCV Evora

The MCV Evolution was also offered on larger full-size single-decker buses, such as the Volvo B7RLE, Volvo B8RLE, MAN A22 and Mercedes-Benz OC500LE; this was replaced by the long-wheelbase MCV Evora in 2018, although the Evolution 2 remains in production on shorter, more lightweight chassis.

- MCV Evolution

Stagecoach South Wales were the first subdivision to purchase Evoras, taking eight for the TrawsCymru network in 2019, while Stagecoach East have bought six for services on the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway.

- MCV Evora

In July 2019, 12 MCV Evoras were introduced for use on both the T4 and the T14 replacing the remaining Tempos and Enviro300s.

- TrawsCymru
An Evora on a B8RLE classis, owned by JJ Kavanagh and Sons

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