Cloud One - Exclusive Prevost Seating The most ergonomic seat available today. Designed to reduce fatigue during long trips with an upscale styling. Details include double stitching, piping, choice of fabrics and color combinations. Enhanced head and neck support.
Improved structural rigidity The incorporation of even more stainless steel components makes the structure more rigid. The increased rigidity along with new front and rear roll bars, means the X3-45 is even safer than before
Improved window release mechanism for easier egress All windows (excluding the wheelchair lift door) can be used as a means of escape in the event of an emergency, for increased passenger safety.
Improved front headlamps Headlamps on the new X3-45 are no longer integrated into the bumper.For ease of maintenance, the modification was made to allow technicians to be able to quickly change out the headlamps.
Enhanced driver & passenger visibility Refinements to the cockpit area make the driver’s job safer and more comfortable. With the windshield slanted inward and the posts now considerably more narrow, the driver has a more expansive front and side view while blind spots have been reduced.In addition, a new gutter at the front of the driver’s side window catches dirty water from the windshield wiper, ensuring a cleaner and clearer view.
Increased visibility for passengers As if increased fuel efficiency wasn’t enough, the new side windows on the X3-45 mean improved visibility for passengers and a more spacious feel to the interior of the coach.
Improved wheelchair lift structure The structure and functionality of the wheelchair lift have been enhanced for better reliability and durability.
Increased headroom in wheelchair area Increased headroom means improved accessibility and better visibility for the passenger.
New sunblind The gap between the sunshade and the central windshield pillar has been eliminated with a new scissor-type sunshade; resulting in a better experience for the driver and as well as increased visibility for passengers in the front row